two misdemeanors first was in 2005 second 2012 was put on unsupervised probation which ends july 3 2013 will I face time for the felony charge
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Yes, you face time, but speak to a good criminal defense attorney. There are often plea agreements which can result in a reduction or a guarantee of no active time as a condition of the plea. The deal will be based upon many factors in the facts of the case.
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You need to talk to a criminal attorney about the charges. Only after a careful review of the facts and circumstances would any advice be relevant and helpful. Any sentence will depend on the charges, any aggravating factors, prior record, etc.
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Speeding / Traffic Ticket Lawyer
Yes you do face time mostly because of your prior record. Unfortunately, your record shows a history of theft which many District Attorneys are not willing to overlook. With that said, a good local criminal defense attorney can examine your case and probably come up with a plea deal which will reduce or eliminate an active sentence. A smart DA will require a long term of supervised probation for as long of a suspended sentence as possible to make you prove yourself. Good luck.
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