Receive a letter in mail saying a grand jury has indicted you is I'm going to jail?
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You should immediately retain a reputable defense counsel and stop discussing the criminal case's details online available for viewing by anyone, including the prosecution, which may use the posing as a possible admission.
I am thinking the state will add additional criminal charges such as unlawful use of a weapon, or something within that vein.
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You need to hire an attorney right away. The sooner you hire an attorney, the sooner that attorney can start working on your case.
I doubt you are going to jail, unless you have a serious criminal record. However, you are facing felony charges. Perhaps you can be sentenced to probation or have the felony reduced to a misdemeanor. Hire a criminal attorney immediately. Have him/her look into the case right away. Now is the time to negotiate with the prosecution. Law Offices of Theodore Gailan
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