This was the plea I took in 2003. Ive completed all of my stipulations. Ive reasearched it myself, but I still dont understand the under advisement part. Is it supposed to come of or alter? Is there anything I can do for employment if it is not?Offense: CSC - Assault With Intent to Commit Sexual Penetration Minimum Sentence: MCL#: 750.520G1Conviction Type: Plea Under Advisement Home Invasion - 1st Degree - Attempt Minimum Sentence: MCL#: 750.110A2 Conviction Type: Plea Under Advisement
I am married and have two children I am trying to support, I put myself in a very bad situation when this occurred, please, please, help.
It happened in 2003 and i completed probation. So maybe thats not what it means.
Thank you very much, you were very helpful, and I will follow the great advice.Happy New Year!
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