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Q: Why do you have to wait 3yrs to close a case if ur fine is paid

For example i had a charge 12-2014 got a fine put on payment plan couldnt pay it all no work then had emergency surgery pd fine in full 3-2017 now yold cant exsponge record for 3 yrs y

Jason Seidman
Jason Seidman answered on Apr 14, 2017

Generally, you must wait for the payment of fines. There does exist a possible exception when it comes to good faith attempts to pay versus just not paying.

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Q: can we change a pool attorney public defender.?

we have a pool attorney who has not returned our call at all in weeks. never talked to him once and court is april 18th

Jason Seidman
Jason Seidman answered on Apr 14, 2017

You can certainly consult with a private attorney, but getting a new pool attorney is very difficult.

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