Q: Arrested earlier this year and offered a deal. I declined. Charged with the same event months later.
My discovery is completely inaccurate and it states that I waived my Miranda rights and incriminated myslef a great deal. I never waived my Miranda rights and they put all those words in my mouth, I never said I did anything and that's how the report reads is that I said I did this and that and I never once said I did anything of the sort. Also, the officer kept insinuating that if I knew anything it could greatly benefit me in the very near future. Which none of that made it into the discovery. I was released on a cash bond the second time and they added on PTR. They tried to get me to take a drug test and a lady was trying to watch me pee and I could not do it because of the uncomfortableness. She marks it as refused even though I'm pretty sure a female is not supposed to view a male during testing. Next PTR check in they tell me I have an active warrant. I did not stay to let the pd take me in to sit in jail. Now I've got court tomorrow with absolutely no intention of showing up.
A: I’m uncertain about what you are asking…or what the charges are? Hire the best lawyer you can and keep your mouth shut. Please re-ask your question.
Terrence H Thorgaard agrees with this answer
A: And if you have court tomorrow but fail to show up, a warrant will probably be issued for your arrest.
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