Grant St Julian III's answer Just paying a citation causes a conviction to be entered and reported on your driving record. Call the court to see what options are available to avoid a conviction...or call an attorney in the area.
Grant St Julian III's answer Any time spent in jail awaiting transfer to an ISF facility, and the time spend in the facility is considered a condition of probation and does NOT court towards time served on any sentence. Comply with your PO's request. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer Contact the Victim's Compensation Fund in your area. Get the contact information for the District Attorney who is prosecuting the person who stole your motorcycle and discuss restitution. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer Probation is available for state jail felony cases. What will happen in any specific case, however, will depend on the evidence the State has in its possession. Contact an attorney. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer Sexual contact between an 18 year old and a 15 year old is illegal. See Texas Penal Code Section 21.11 - Indecency with a Child, Section 22.011 - Sexual Assault, & Section 43.25 Performance by a Child.
Grant St Julian III's answer What degree of offense are you charged with? There is no right to counsel on class c misdemeanors, so if you cannot afford an attorney regarding a citation, you must represent yourself. If you are charged with a higher level offense, you may request the court appoint an attorney to represent you.
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