If i go ahead and represent myself and just say guilty, just to get it over with so I dont have to worry for 30 more days what do you think will happen. I would think if i got it over with it wouldnt give them time to check me out and think about me coming in and asking for more time. Ive never seen anyone represent myself, but I think I can do it. I'm I just setting myself up. Do they look at that different if its me. Could I go early and make a deal myself. I just dont want to hang myself
Oh yea..What does waive time mean?
I don't know if you received my last reply. What does waive time mean? Also if I went ahead and represented myself, do you think I would get the same sentence. What is first offence shop lifting $18.00. Somebody said probation, some say 10 days in jail!?
i THINK I CAN DO IT i JUST NEED TO KNOW SOME KEY WORDS TO ASK FOR
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