how does one go about doing that? do i just go to the court house monday morning and tell them i want to enroll in pti? or do i wait for my court date?
if i go ahead and pay the fine tomorrow, will that negate my ability to sign up for pti or deferred adjudication?
do you know any attorneys in south carolina you can reccommend?
and if i go through pti, and a lawyer, do you think this $1100 charge will balloon over $5000
i appreciate it.
is this something i should not attempt in anyway to represent myself on?
so i run the risk of a 1100 fine turning into 30 days jail time?
thanks for enlightening me to this actually being serious.
do lawyers usually do payment plans, or is it a cash in advance industry?
is there any chart/table you could refer me to, so i could have a rough estimate on legal fees, that way i will know if a local attorney is trying to take advantage of my pocket book?
i thank you for your timely response, i will definitely give you an excellent rating.
do you think it will top over 2k? i know you cant answer that definitively, but through your observations, is it unlikely to go higher than that?
okay thats doable, anything approacing 5 isnt.
if i pay in advance i might even be able to work a deal with them too as i have 3k sitting in a safe
thank you very much Roger. I appreciate you not giving me copy and paste answers. so much.
i can sense you actually read more than 4 words of my sentences. I really like that.
have a good afternoon.
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