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Have you offered this deal to the prosecutor yet?
Okay, thanks. I would do that first. But yes, you can certainly ask the judge for a different outcome here and s/he can make a ruling that way.
If the issue is restitution, then this sounds acceptable.
The judge will probably give you a certain time frame to get them replaced.
So ithere is a possibility that the judge wiil agree with my offer.What is restitution
So if the judge will give me a certain time frame to replace the 6 trees that will be great.
Yes, there is certainly a possibility, but it would be better to present this to the prosecutor first. The law of restitution is the law of gains-based recovery. It is the act of restoring to the rightful owner something that has been taken away, lost, or surrendered.
suppose the prosecutor will not agree with my proposal, what shall I do. do i have to beg to the judge for my proposal
So that is what i have to do on Nov. 9, 2011 hearing.
I would contact the prosecutor before that and if they say no, then you will have to ask the judge to approve your proposed deal.
okey thank you very much. good night.
You're welcome! And a goodnight to you! :)
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no thank you very much.
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