Yes.... You are charged with a crime and have an arrest record. You need an attorney to help you protect your interest. Hire one sooner rather than later.....
P Darrell Kimbrell
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Yes, a lawyer can likely help you get this dismissed and get the arrest expunged from your record. The short term cost of hiring a lawyer will be much less than the long term cost of representing yourself. If you cannot afford a lawyer, remember that you are entitled to one and should therefore request a public defender.
Yes. Hire the best lawyer you can afford, and follow his/her advice. Quickly.
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Yes you need an attorney. If this incident happened in Chatham County, you may be eligible for a per trial diversion program. Inwould be happy to discuss your case with you.
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