I've been on probation for 3 years now and I haven't had mistakes or nothing like that I broke my foot and got behind on community service hours. So I talked to a lady and she let me buy some. My Officer called me just a Second ago and said I need to return tomorrow that my hours are forged. Im almost finished I'm no criminal by any means just made one bad choice. My officer knows I'm a good man etc...
What do I do? I donated money for hours due to my foot being broken to keep up with my hours. Please help, I thought I was doing right and really it turns out to be super wrong.
You are more likely to get a more helpful response to your inquiry if you repost it under the criminal law heading.
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This is a criminal defense question and I will change the category for you. STOP POSTING.
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Donate some money to a criminal defense lawyer to represent you. Do not make any admissions to your probation officer. Hire the lawyer right away.
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