Ok this is my 2nd court date and the attorney and court gave me 90 days probation taking a course but when I went to the place they sent me too they denied it so what does this mean its a theft charge and this is my first offense,I never got in any trouble for anything else,I don't have a record but it is a misdemeanor
You need to ask the attorney representing you about this. If the program the court sent you to rejected you, there must be a reason, so either ask the program why or ask your attorney why. Those are the best options. Usually, with a first offender, they don't reject anyone, so there must be something unique here that was not mentioned - or they made a mistake.
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I answered on the other time you posted this. They do not deny people to take the classes so you either did not go to the right place or you did not timely request to take the class. If you have run out of time to take the class, you will have to go to court. Some times they give extensions; some times they don't. Not smart to screw up the opportunity for a dismissal. (And you have a lawyer so you should be contacting that lawyer....)
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