My lawyer said since it was traced back to my ip address that we would have a hard time covincing the judge that it was not me since it is invovling my ex g/f. He said that no matter how many people use this computer it would be a hard time convincing the judge it was not me. That is why he is telling me that I should plead guilty. But if I plead guilty and get a Pjc would it go against my record?
Right now I am on suspension from my job with pay but if I am found guilty I would lose my job. So you think if i plead guilty and get a pjc that will help me keep my job?
But is it true that you can only get one expungement in your life time in nc. And if I got the expungment then it wouldnt show up and I should be safe right?
They told me if I was not found guilty I could return back to work. But I mean this whole criminal law thing is screwed up. I know a bunch of people that have about 50 criminal charges and never serve a day in jail or anything. I mean break ups are evil. I mean why is it so hard on a person trying to make a honest living?
Ok. I will talk to my lawyer. I called my employer today and talked to the main boss and he told me that I would not be fired if I did get a PJC cause I have been a good faithful employee their for 8 years he said that he would give me a break. But can you answer answer this question? Do you think if I called other lawyers around here and talked with them you think they would help me out by answering my questions or do you think it would be like this site cant answer legal questions?
I think you for your help. I am sorry to have so many questions. It is just I have tried to do what is right all my life and help people and they end up using you then at the end of the day the bad guy.
I am going to need all the luck that I can get. My lawyer told me everytime you mess with a female you dealing with the devil is that true in court?
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