Yes it is possible, especially if your possession and use of the credit card is unauthorized. There may be defenses for purchase of necessities. A jury might infer permission to purchase items for the Family.
The criminal charge should show up on the NCIC as pending, as the charge has not been disposed of yet. When you get it dismissed, you must also get it expunged or it will be on your record forever. Your lawyer should have told you this.
I am 45 yrs old currently. When I was 19 I got convicted of theft over 15,000. It was rediculous really, they had nothing on me but I was young and didnt know any better. I took a plea agreement and they were supposed expunge it off my record after probation. This never happened. How do I get it... Read more »
Its hard to say for sure without more details about your conviction, but here is a link from the State of Tennessee that might help answer your question -- https://www.tn.gov/expunction.html -- felony theft is on that list.
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Fta was Nov 2018 original charges not bound over until may 2019 and we're all dropped in 2021 but was placed on 1 year state probation, and have a tdoc property offender card I have to carry and I'm not a felon
Each County notifies Defendants in a different manner. It may be a card, going to Docket Call each month, etc. Your attorney should be able to find out from the Court or the DA. If no attorney, then hire one for the offenses that you believe you will be Indicted for. Even if the Court Clerk...Read more »
Toxicology Reports from the TBI can usually take from 2 months to 8 months. Meth percentages are apparently accurate, but can be affected by some over the counter drugs to a very small degree. There are some problems with Toxicology Reports as to certain chemicals, but Meth results are usually...Read more »
Possibly on a Motion To Suppress. You will need a competent attorney to prepare for a Preliminary Hearing and file the latter Motion if Indicted. Do not get in any more trouble, and it might be time for a new phone.
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