you will need to hire a lawyer before your plea/arraignment date which will be the next/first court date you receive....
P. Darrell Kimbrell
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I agree with Mr. Kimbrell. Your next move is to hire an attorney. Don't be swayed by "free consultation." You may need to pay an attorney for an initial consultation. You need an attorney. Today. Your attorney can advise you, after being hired, what the next move is.
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