What do i do now
UPDATED: May 30, 2009
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What do i do now
was arrested for 2 outstanding checks missed in a forgery mess at my bank. was working with law inforcement in far west tx and some how was not notified of these cks,they do fall in the stop payment numbers issued, but dont know how bank marked them.how do i procede from here,cks total 308 including victum fee. Had to sort out signitures good bad then closed account to stop them opened new one right beside it at the same time. Nothing ever came of case in west tx. this was in 04.and i was just arrested.Charge class b misdemenaor.
Asked on May 30, 2009 under Criminal Law, Texas
B. B., Member, New Jersey Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 13 years ago | Contributor
What you do now is, hire a good lawyer. One place to find qualified criminal defense counsel is our website, http://attorneypages.com
There are obviously a lot of details to this story, much more than you could fit into a question like this, and probably things you were smart not to post on the internet. Your lawyer will need to know all the details, because something you might not even think was important could turn the whole case around. That's part of what you're paying for!
I'm not sure you'll be able to have this dismissed, or that you could be acquitted at trial if it comes to that. But I am sure that you are far and away going to be better off with a lawyer.
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