Schenectady, NY asked in Criminal Law and Appeals / Appellate Law for New York

Q: Is it legal? To get sentenced ton3 years after trial and then 2 months later finding out its 6 years??

I'm my finances P.O.A. and her trial was the most corrupt thing I have seen. So many laws n rules were bended. Also know for a fact extortion was involved. Would need to see and speak with a lawyer for them to understand but im currently under investigation had 2 cop cars pull up to me one day to iustnstrictly tell me im being watched because of my fiance? They harrass me and pull me over any chance they can get. Shes been in jail prison for about 14 15 months now. For non sense. The DA made up his VERY OWN OPINION ON WHY SHE MUST SERVE 3 YEARS... NOTHING ABOUT 6 YEARS. I have all the paper work of her with all the wrong doings. Need a real lawyer who will help in this currupt case. I only seen this stuff in the movies what I saw n seen happen so illegal right in front of my face. Please I need help. EMAIL me at joethemover518@gmail.com please and thank you.

1 Lawyer Answer
Peter Wade Kolp
Peter Wade Kolp
Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • BROOKLYN, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: Consult with a defense attorney as the facts dont appear clear here.

You can lower your jail time for good behavior.

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