Am currently on federal supervision and I'm waiting to go to court for failure to stop for blue light 2nd. And I'm trying to work a deal with my lawyer for state probation.
It is possible, but less likely the more you tell this story. You should ask your attorney who has all the facts
Dr. Michael G. Sribnick, Esq. criminal defense attorney in Charleston and Columbia, S.C.
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Yes. However, you need to speak with a criminal defense attorney about your rights and responsibilities while on probation.
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