What is your opinion on this matter knowing what I have already said. thinking that talking to the prosecutor and trying to make a deal for some short term probation may be a good idea. I have a public defender that I believe represents the snitch. My public defender says that if it confirms that he does he will not be able to represent me due to conflict of interest. If the public defenders office cannot represent me is this grounds to get the case thrown out or get a favorable deal?
knowing the law in the state of florida, what do you think will be offered to me for less than a gram of cocaine and 2 pills. I have a petty theft charge from 3 years ago but never any drug charges? Can you offer your opinion on this? I know every case is different but can you offer any opinion?
Do you know anything about them suspending my drivers license in this type of case. As I need my license for work and if I need to get to drug court. Please advise.
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