How likely will adjournment of contemplation of dismissal for a larceny petit theft 1st degree no record be approved?
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Adjournment in contemplation of dismissal is a process in New York, not Florida
I agree with my colleagues who are telling you to hire an attorney. They can review the evidence with you and discuss fighting the case or getting you into a diversion program after which you may be eligible to expunge your record. Good luck.
You should hire an attorney in Orlando, Florida. As for the likelihood, it would depend on who the watch was taken from. If from a retail store, you will likely be eligible for a diversion program. If from an individual, your eligibility will depend on the individual's position on diversion.
3 is not a charm.
Perhaps you will finally decide to follow my repeated advise to contact a local 407 lawyer... or not (feel free to keep pointlessly posting the same question over and over again).
If you do not know one then use the "Find a Lawyer" feature on AVVO to locate proximate lawyers, make an appointment, show up on time, bring whatever evidence, documents or witnesses that you may have, engage in a meaningful face-to-face consultation and get yourself some advise which is legally sound and has been custom tailored as possible to meet your specific reasonable needs in your unique case.
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