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I went to Court and requested a public defender. She did not even asked me about the situation or what happened. All she said was: Are you an American citizen? I said: NO. I am a permanent resident. She said well you can get deported and/or serve 2 years of prison and pay the $2000 fine. I already spent 12 hours in jail for something that I didn't do, I said. I explained her that the night the police came over my house I was sleeping, my mom and my son were there with me. So, just because this person (My Ex) called 911 and accused me doesn't mean I did it. She said his testimony was enough and accepted as an evidence. Then she went to the DA and came back with another court date for October and she said they were requesting the 911 tape. Please I am totally lost and scared. Help meIs this a Felony? Because the counselor said that I can be deported due to "Felony Charges" Also, This individual (My Ex) was calling me after I got arrested. Of course, I did not answer his calls. The counselor said I should bring a phone record on my next Court Date. Please again help me with your best advices on what to do with my case.
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