With the help of an attorney, you should be able to work out this case for what we refer to as a deferred prosecution. With a deferred prosecution, you will take some form of action (community service, classes, etc.) in exchange for an eventual dismissal of the charges. An experienced attorney will know the options at your disposal depending on the jurisdiction where the charges are pending.
Due to the serious nature of these charges, it is imperative that you consult with an attorney. Most criminal defense firms, including ours, will give you a one time no charge consultation.
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There is not much we can do online to help you because we cannot go to court with you. You might wish to hire an attorney to minimize the damage or even perhaps get the case dismissed. DO NOT pay the inevitable civil demand you will start to receive. Please read:
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Yes, you need an attorney. Our criminal justice system is adversarial. That means the government has an attorney representing its interests and the defense has an attorney representing the defendant's interest.
If you or anyone goes to court without an attorney you are trusting the government, the prosecution, to disavow its adversarial duty in favor of your rights. This is naive if not foolish.
The question, "Do I need an attorney?" should always be answered with a clear unequivocal, "YES".
This us not, however, the complete answer. The lawyer must be experienced and willing to listen to you so as to be your adversary.
Of course, every answer is based on the question asked and requires a more complete context. This answer should not be relied upon to make a legal decision. Seek the advice of an experienced criminal defense attorney before acting. Law Offices of Raymond G. Wigell, Ltd. Defenders of the Constitution since 1975/ Aggressive Creative Defense Strategies/ Website: www.waaltd.com 24/7 --(708) 481-4800.Ask a similar question
Yes, you definitely need an attorney. I would try to get you theft school. Where and when do you have court?Ask a similar question