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it was just over 2.0. However i have some health conditions that would make me fail a sobriety test period....i did not refuse, i should have.
Will the DA ever bargain on terms of probation? Or are they set in stone?
0 prriors, and it is min/man....but my sentence was the min....and i may not even have to finish it.
I'd be happy with removing 1 or 2 probation terms, if that can even be done.....
the only term i care about is being able to use a firearm for the two years....the judge said i maintain the right to own - but my PR bond says no guns....
RIght, in this case it was a dwi, and i had an unloaded hand gun and i was speeding..(open carry is legal here) off the bat DA wanted to toss alll but dwi.....
I hired a criminal defense lawyer...in hopes of just getting my gun back and finial probation conditions lowered, which i believe are un supervised. Those are the only things im asking for.
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