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I want information on XXXXXX who was arrested for looking at pone on his computer about two or three months ago. He has a court date on the 15th of this mo. and I want to know what the charge was and what his sentence will be.
I was told he only had one charge against him...he has a court date on the 15th of this mo. and also one on the 8th of Feb. his Lawyer is asking for three mo. do you have any information on this ???
Sarah McGeachy (Mother)
haven,t received an answer to my question yesterday...still waiting!!
Thanks for the information...the name is
J E R R O L D M C G E A C H Y and the county is SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA his court date is
or tomorrow the 15th of
January but I heard that they have another one for the 8th of February, Feb. is the third court date he has had, why is that??
I just sent you mail but some way lost it, so I am sending it again and hope you get it this time..J E R R O L D M C G E A C H Y .. He just had another court hearing (his second) and will have a third one on the 20th of Feb. His lawyer is trying to find him a job in San Diego, CA. He is an appliance repair man and has worked doing this since he was 18 yrs. old. His lawyer said he will probably be able to stay in a halfway house as long as his sentence is. If this is going to happen does this mean that he has only one count against him? It sounds to me some of the like some of the charges at the start of his arrest has been dropped...what do you think??
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