I was stopped by law enforcement shortly after I repossessed a debtors car & enroute to the storage facility. I stated to the deputy that it was a repossessed vehicle and that I had paperwork. He disregarded what I had to say then proceeded to put me in the back of his car and search the vehicle. The deputy found a small amount of of meth in the driver side door. Long story short he charged me with possession of a controlled substance & cited me out. However I'm on felony probation so before citing me out he called the office of my probation officer and spoke to the PO of the day who overlooked my case and since I've been in full compliance he recommended the deputy to cite out. I heard that whole conversation because the deputy was in the car when he made the call. When I went to court for arraignment my public defender went over the report with me and in the report the deputy stated that he chose to cite me out because I had an abscess on my leg that required medical attention and it would burden the jail system and he felt i wasnt a threat to the public so he didnt book me into jail. So I'm trying to beat this 1 of 2 ways- 1st: No knowledge 2:discredit his report by proving he l
You already said you have a public defender so why are you asking strangers about your case? I'm sure you attorney has everything in hand. We are not in the habit of second guessing other lawyers' advice. If you had the funds to hire a private attorney, you probably would have done so by now. Let you attorney deal with this.
You have the right to remain silent, so start using it! STOP posting specific details of your case on the Internet where anyone can read them.
Stop doing end runs around your LAWYER, who is provided at taxpayer expense through the public defender's office. There is no way a stranger on the internet who knows nothing about your case can give you better guidance than your lawyer.
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