OK, slow down. There are a whole lot of issues involved in this matter, and I don't think most attorneys would begin to answer all of those questions, as there are too many variables and questions that need to be asked and answered first. If you already plead not guilty and are "awaiting trial" I am assuming you have an attorney. This sounds like a very workable case, so relax. Speak to the attorney and they can narrow the issues down and give you sound advice. Good luck!
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Your facts are too unclear and rambling, If you have an attorney already, speak to him in detail as to these concerns. If you don't, hire an attorney immediately.
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Retain an attorney ASAP. In Union County such a first offense is clearly PTI eligible and maybe a downgraded too. Gregg Flemming is the AP who screens these cases. Your attorney should contact Flemming ASAP. Al Zabady is the AP who runs PTI. He too should be contacted.Ask a similar question
The best thing you can do is hire a lawyer and discuss it with him/her. Rehab and counseling are always good, but won't solve the situation on it own.Ask a similar question
f you have no criminal convictions, then you obviously have more options than if you've had any. You raise many complicated and challenging legal and factual issues. If you cannot afford private counsel, you can apply for a court appointed attorney. Ultimately, you will need an attorney to help you navigate this process. Best of luck to you!Ask a similar question