I spent 3 months in countty waiting on grand jury, got 5 suspended 5 years probation and 5 to serve possibly if i violated, well i just got my discharge papers that was signed by judge on 4/21/2021, i got them 2 to 3 weeks ago.. this happened in mississippi
May2021.they locked him up on warrant for child support.i have child support payment portal on my phone.i showed that he has been making some payments.Now he is still in jail from May 30th until present.Now they are saying he has a hold on him for violating his probation ...with no bond.he... View More
Depending on the court, you may be able to ask for more time to consult an attorney. If you qualify, you may consider applying for a public defender. Don't wait to consult an attorney on your case because certain deadlines will begin passing and put you in a disadvantageous position.
This is a 3 point violation and has the potential to increase your insurance rates. You need to negotiate it to something that won't effect your driving history or hire an attorney to negotiate for you. (and potentially save you from having to go to court).
It would be a good idea to have a lawyer for this one. You could end up with your license suspended depending on which one of the relevant statutes the officer used to charge you.
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