Pleaing Without Going To Court
Limiting a client's appearance in court on certain charges can often be accomplished by filing a plea in absentia. This means that the defendant enters into a written plea agreement that is accepted by the court without the defendant even being present in court. This can be very valuable to a client that lives out of State or travels extensively. See negotiating a plea bargain and negotiating a withhold of adjudication for further details.
- All charges dropped. 2 Counts Battery
- Reduced to 3 Counts. Wh/Adj 3 years probation. 5 Counts Possession of Child Pornography
- Reduced to 2 counts. Wh/Adj and probation. 9 Counts - Possession of Child Pornography.
- Not Guilty after Jury Trial Aggravated Assault with a Firearm
- All charges Dropped. Aggravated Assault With Motor Vehicle
- Reduced to Felony Battery, dismissed, sealed. Aggravated Battery
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