I am on probation and was charged with crime 2c:33-4a. Will this terminate my pti?
1 attorney answer
Yes you will be screwed with your PTI if you get convicted. You can speak to the prosecutor yourself first but that always limits what your attorney can do for you later one, thus it is always best in a case that is important to you, to hire an attorney and not speak to the prosecutor. You spoke to the police for a few hours and I am sure you tried to convince them of your innocense it didn't work and you were charged with something, what makes you think that you may be more convincing with the prosecutor thus I suggest that hire a good lawyer.
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