Another good thing about a deferred sentence is that after you have completed the probation period, and paid all the costs/fines associated with the sentence, then the charges are dropped and you don't have an official criminal conviction.
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The problem is I just scared as heck from talking to my lawyer and just need some inside advise. He is charging me a mint 12,000.00 for 2 counts of embezzlemet that occured over a 18 month time. The total amount was on 15000.00. Like i said i can do the defferred charges because this will never happen to me again. I guess my question is this
1 Why is the charge so steep for my attorney?
2 Is my chance of getting deffered charges really that good?
3 Will my 25 years in the military help and be taken into consideration
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With a deferred sentenance will this stay on my record after the defferrement is over?
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