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I was deployed within the period of my repayment time frame. I had already paid about 70% of the restitution and served my community service requirement. The only other condition not met was to attend a MSF (motorcycle) training course. Between my injuries and Army tempo I did not have a good opportunity to attend the training. Plus I am afraid to get back on a bike. My wife received a letter informing that I was to appear in court in a few days and the DA plans to arrest. I contacted the DA, and was told to request an extension, though the judge may issue a bench. Also I had to move across the country in conjunction with my orders. I can pay the rest of my fees when I return, but cant afford a lawyer. Being arrested will kill my security clearance. Any options or advise?I plead guilty to the DA in probate without appearing before a judge for careless driving. This was a deal to combine charges for improper merge and fail to have insurance. The only conditions unmet were finishing restitution and the MSF course. The letter from the DA stated that an appearance had been set in 9 days from now, and the DA would be recommending jail time. To my knowledge I was never placed on probation. I was told by the DA while settling that my charges would be dismissed upon completion of the terms. I may be mistaken though; I do not have the signed agreement here. I was given 1 year to complete when I plead in October 2012. My restitution was not set until April 2013. I was represented at that hearing, though I was not prior nor am I currently. I had no other charges and have never been in any trouble with the law. I have not currently been issued a warrant. When I contacted the DA today, he replied that if I requested a continuance that the judge may deny and issue a bench warrant.
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