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Got a driver in possession of marijuana ticket and my recommendation is expired.Am i in trouble?

Got a driver in possession of marijuana ticket and my recommendation is expired.Am i in trouble?
I just got a ticket for possession of marijuana ticket and my recommendation is expired. I have been planning to go renew but haven’t had the time. My question is if I go get a new card, would I still be able to fight this ticket? I know that the start date of when the recommendation was issued, so I’m worried that it might make it more of a headache to fight it than to just pay for it and move on. HELP!

By Mike -03-15 16:03:49

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John B: What the hell is there to fight at the ticket time you were expired? Some Judge might just question your necessity.

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How long can you be held in jail (state of florida) extridition on and old warrant for probation violation?

How long can you be held in jail (state of florida) extridition on and old warrant for probation violation?
old warrent for probation violation 10 years old. How long will they hold (hillsboro county FL) if they (key west) do not come to get him? what is the FLorida law on hold time?

By miss liberty -01-21 18:40:13

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KlemKiddleHopper: Until someone in the state that issued the probation order comes
to pick you up and take you back

Can my boyfriend get out of jail early with good behavior for a probation violation?

Can my boyfriend get out of jail early with good behavior for a probation violation?
My boyfriend was just recently sent to jail for 30 days cause of a probation violation. Is there anyway he can get out early on good behavior? We both live in Ohio too by the way.
I know 30 days isn’t like a really long time, but I just don’t like the fact that i’m pregnant, not to far away from my due date and he isn’t here with me. I just really want to know if there is a way he can get out on good behavior even with it being a probation violation.

By Karissa -03-12 22:04:17

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zelo: It’s just 30 days. It’ll go by quick

candy g: more than likely NOT, him being out in the 1st place was his reward, he chose to mess that up by violating parole hence why he is back in jail, you can HOPE he gets out but do not expect it.

Tod: The jail may automatically give a certain ratio of days due to overcrowding. For example, what they call 2 for 1. If you do 1 day the system gives you credit for 2. So you do half your time. So 30 days would only require him to do 15 days. Trust me, if your jail has some similar policy, he knows about it by now.

Jonathan H: don’t know, but if he does eventually you might wish he hadn’t. food for thought.

Michael T: charged and convicted

out on conditional release
and being a real Dumb Ass he violates those conditions and gets sent back for 30 days

Why Bother hoping?

the Dumb Ass will violate again or do another Crime to get locked up again

Raise your standards or the only time your kid to be will see his father is on visiting days at whatever prison the Dumb Ass will be residing in

You picked yourself a real winner you have the Choice of keeping him or getting rid of him

and we know you will most likely do the wrong thing

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Do you know of any good criminal defense attorneys in Michigan?


how do you become a criminal defense lawyer?


how do you become a criminal defense lawyer?
how do you become a criminal defense lawyer?

what steps do you take? is it hard?
what about taking the LSAT? what is the LSAT? how do you apply for it?

By Zoltar -02-14 07:06:26

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colin: Bachelors Degree in a Law related field followed by obtaining a Juris Doctor (JD) at Law School, followed by passing the BAR exam in your state.

ETA: 8 years

Cost: 150k+ (50+ Bachelors, 100+ JD)

One could argue that its a hard path, another could argue that there are in overpopulation of lawyers in the States. If you’re committed to lots of school and debt, anyone can become a criminal lawyer.

Best to sit in on a couple court sessions to see how you like public speaking ;)

Betsy: You need to go to college school and complete a bachelor’s degree. While you are in college, you will need to take the LSAT (Law School Admissions Test). You fill out a form and pay a fee in order to take the test. You will also need to apply for admission to law school. The process is quite similar to the college admission process.

Most criminal defense attorneys I know first worked as prosecutors. They were assistant district attorneys.