Baltimore, MD asked in Criminal Law and Appeals / Appellate Law for Maryland

Q: Getting car sales licensein md and have not yet been convicted of insurance fraud is it even worth trying

I have 3 kids and I’m just trying to better there lives I messed up an application 3 years ago but got a confession cause they said they were gonna try for felony and get my fiancé involved I have not plead guilty yet and also have a conviction from when I was 16 for terroristic threats I’m a good guy just wanna provide for my family I have always had a job and have never been to jail

1 Lawyer Answer
Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley
Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Rockville, MD
  • Licensed in Maryland

A: Are you asking this question because you do not have a lawyer? You need to have a private conversation with your lawyer about this. It is impossible to know what you’re facing or what you should do without knowing all the facts. Talk with your lawyer or hire one. An offense at 16 years old should be a sealed juvenile matter unless you were charged as an adult. If this is your first adult charge you may be eligible to avoid a conviction.

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