I was very cooperative with the police and they said they were going to help and put on a good word for me. What should I do next? Considering I am an international student and don’t have much money for a lawyer or to pay the fine and court costs?
Well, first off...may not be the best idea to converse with the police when you are in the possession of marijuana. That officer's job was to arrest you and charge you with a crime, not to be your friend and help you out. He did his job, clearly, by arresting you and charging you with a crime....View More
My wife was arrested a couple years ago and last month finally came to a plea agreement of misdemeanor posession marijuana 2nd and got 1 year suspended jail sentence and 2 years supervised probation and assessment at a court referral. We had some problems and she missed her assessment 2 times and... View More
You can hire an attorney to file a motion requesting that her bond be reinstated. Typically probation violations automatically result in a "no bond" decision by the court. The whole point of bond is to make sure that you show up to your next court date. Here, that isn't a certainity,...View More
This really depends on a few things, including but not limited to: the reason for the court date, any plea agreements, whether you are on probation, and a host more potential issues. Here's a scenario:
Andy is charged and found guilty of Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance....View More
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