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It would only be possible if they filed the "violation" before you were discharged. If ti was filed later since you were discharged it wouldn't have any effect.
I tend to agree with you, it was probably a mistake.
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Im pretty sure it was a mistake, but its possible my final drug test turned up positive. But again, that was nearly a decade ago, and at the time, they didn't say anything. Then I got arrested for a similar charge about 2 years after that, and no mention was made of being still on conditional discharge
So if its not a mistake, my guess is they lost the paperwork that said I failed the test, and finally found it....
It's like probation, they have to file a motion to revoke while you are on probation otherwise there is nothing to revoke.
is it possible I was still on probation and they didn't realize or enforce it for 8 years?
i assume they would have had to tell me it was extended while still actually on it
I don't see how. If they had extended it then you should have been served with a copy of the Motion to Extend.
ok, pretty sure its a mistake then. can you think of any other complications, or should i just approach the call as if it was a clerical mistake I need to sort out?
Give them a call but if they don't cooperate then get a lawyer to handle it. Don't let them talk you into going there.
lol, for sure. on a side note, is there any way i can spin this into something negative for them? I don't mind hiring a lawyer if it makes them look bad. I was never a fan of that towns criminal justice organization, they like to pick on the youth like crazy, and its a rich town with very little crime, so totally unnecessary
One of the local reporters might want to pick up on it as a dig at them. Wait until yuo get ot resolved first though.
yeah, good point. ok, really appreciate the insight. thanks for your help!
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