Q: Can you get out of jail on a felony child endangerment case in a week with a 1,000 fine?
My girlfriend got arrested in San Bernardino county and I was wondering if that was possible or did she have some cut some kinda deal to pretty much get a smack on the finger this was the code on her case and it said up 10 years and I think 50k fine and minimum was 1 year in jail and 1,000 fine only reason I’m asking is cause she passed away and I hired a Pi and they told the witness that the spoke to said undercover police where involved so could this be the possible reason she was let out so fast and she told me is she had to do is mandated drug test, parenting classes and speak to a counselor and she would get in 6-8 months
A: The outcome of a felony child endangerment case can vary based on several factors. It's possible that your girlfriend negotiated a plea deal or received a reduced sentence with certain conditions to fulfill. The involvement of undercover police, as mentioned by a witness, could have influenced the case, but more details would be needed to fully understand the situation. To get accurate advice, it's recommended to consult with a criminal defense attorney who can review the specifics of the case and provide guidance based on the relevant laws in the jurisdiction.
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