i was convicted of unlawfull possesion of a rifle 3rd. as well unlawfull possesion of dum dum bullet 4th . i was given 5 with a 3 stip and 18 months concurrent. i maxed out on my prison term, no parole. i had most of my fine paid , but 50 $ . can nj go back and violate the waiver do to unpaid fine.
More information is needed but I doubt they can do anything. The conviction is in. Was there a Graves waiver you did a stip? If you mean a downgrade the higher charge was dismissed as part of the plea. They could reduce the $50 to judgment but I doubt it. You may want to pay just to clear the deal.
If you are speaking of an unpaid fine that was ordered as part of your sentence, it would likely now have been sent to collections unless you were ordered to be under Parole Supervision or are currently on Probation; though Probation isn't likely if you served a prison term. If you were / are on Parole Supervision, however, you could technically be in violation of your parole if satisfying the fines were part of the conditions. Other than that, the original plea you took could be changed or made more severe; that part of the case is concluded.
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