Currently there is an arrest warrant and bailbonds have to provide a letter stating the reasons (hospitalisation) of my missing the date.
explaining my disease and the situation at that , can that help in getting a aquittal
I am currently in India and I misplaced my passport, once my passport is available I can travel back
can I call you
please explain more on how to defend, what should we say medical situation or explain a misunderstanding between the cops and my wife.
what should be the strategy hospitalisation or misunderstanding with cops. is it that I will meet the judge first and then she will get a chance to meet the prosecutor later. Can she talk to the prosecutor in advance.
can you provide some sample replies/notes
what are the chances of acquittal and is there possibility of a punishment
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