VIOLATION OF PROBATION, BURGLARY, CARRYING A CONCEALED FIREARM
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This Burglary case involved:
- The Accused: Client’s family was unhappy with the performance of previous counsel, so I was retained to take over the client’s one new case and two violations of probation cases.
- The Charges: Carrying a concealed Firearm (new charge) and Violations of Probation for Burglary and Carrying a Concealed Firearm
- My Counsel & Defense: Plead to lessor of misdemeanor carrying a concealed weapon and violations of probation
- The VERDICT: Following depositions of the officer that arrested the client for the new case, the State agreed to a time served plea to the lessor included offense of carrying a concealed weapon, a misdemeanor, on the new charge and time served on the violations of probation. The client was released from custody the same day he took the plea.
Carrying a concealed Firearm (new charge) and
Violations of Probation
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