it was a family matter. my mom was in hospital, had me arrested for crushing junk car of my brothers,she was not in her right mind, was on predisone, which makes her mean and crazy. she doesnt want to go forward with charges. i sent a written statement from my brother stateing i had permission to take any of the junk cars i wanted to. im not going to accept any offer. throw out or trial
Yes, the constitution guarantees anyone accused of a crime the right to a jury trial regardless of whether it's a misdemeanor or felony.
You should hire an attorney immediately to discuss all of your options and defenses.
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You are entitled to trial on any charge. Innocent or not, you have no chance of winning this without a lawyer representing you.
Well, if the State is not backing off on prosecuting you and you do not want to accept any offers then you are headed for a trial. I suggest you consult with an attorney and hire one to present your defenses at trial.
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