Mcminnville, TN asked in Criminal Law for Tennessee

Q: Can a driving on revoked charge and 1st offense possession of meth charge get dropped somehow with a lawyers help.

I recently got a driving on revoked charge in Marion Co and got charged with possession of meth which I didn't even know I had. It was my first drug charge. I was supposed to have my license back already because I got a citation in coffee co where me and my boyfriend was sitting in my car at our apartment and I was at the trunk getting stuff out to move in and a cop drive by and turned around and wrote the citation because the car was registered to me and he identified me as there owner and when I went to court the judge said driving on revoked and I was thinking what in the world. He said Pay your fines and get your license and it will get dropped. Well I still don't have all the money and court is Tuesday. I need help. I have a full time job and don't want to lose it. I have to pay 900 all at once in fines for Marion Co before I can get my license, they won't let me make payments. I need a lawyer and help

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Cayley Turrin
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Cayley Turrin
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  • Brentwood, TN
  • Licensed in Tennessee

A: A lawyer would have the best chance to attain this goal.

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