Ringgold, GA asked in Criminal Law for Tennessee

Q: Can i get my theft under 500 charge from Wal-Mart thrown out on the grounds of being disabled with brain injury

I actually thought my car had been stolen from Wal-Mart parking lot while i was in jail that night. My aunt finally found out that it was at a different walmart. That is how bad my memory is along with many other issues bc of my brain injury disability

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Shanone Emmack
Shanone Emmack
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  • Brentwood, TN
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A: If you mental capacity was in question at the time of the event (the theft) then I suggest hiring an attorney to talk to the District Attorney and request a mental evaluation . Good Luck!

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