Q: Should i plead not guilty to a possession paraphernalia from two years ago didnt even no I was charged with it
Didnt no I was charged with it till week ago summons came in mail .drive/owner of the vehicle said every thing was his I was let go without a citation nor did I have too sign anything
A: From a strategic standpoint, it always makes more sense to plead not guilty to any charge, at least until you and your lawyer have had a chance to review everything, see if there is not enough evidence against you, or see if there is a way in which the case could end up being dismissed or the evidence thrown out. I would highly recommend that you reach out to an experienced criminal defense lawyer to see how he or she can help you out.
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