If my son got a theft 2 ticketsshould he have an attorney present for his court date?

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If my son got a theft 2 ticketsshould he have an attorney present for his court date?

Also, what punishment can he expect for this misdemeanor charge?

Asked on May 3, 2013 under Criminal Law, Oregon

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Karren Kenney / Criminal Defense Attorney Karren Kenney

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

I would recommend having a lawyer present. Two incidents within a short timeframe it's going to be difficult. Your son needs a good defense attorney to negotiate for him. http://orangecounty.criminallaw.com

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