no that wasnt me sorry
Just found out I have court on November 4th is the initial appearance. That's just where I plead right? And since I was never arrested for this incident I will probably be arrested
One more question. If I am arrested in the court room on Monday, my parents or lawyer can post bond that day right? sorry I have never been charged with a crime without being arrested first. And I am just scared
I kind of figured that because it is only misdeanor charges but just wanted to double check
one more question I go for intial appearance tomorrow. my dad is coming with me and wants to know if I will be hand cuffed in court? could ask my lawyer he was gone last week
ok thank you
ok I am really confused right now initialy I was suppose to have an intial appearance today for one of the counties but last week my lawyer told me it was adjourned to jan. 27th. Well it turns out I that something happened and I guess the court must of not known that.
So I got the call on break isaying I missed court. so I went on ccap to see whats going on this is what it said
10:14 a.m. No appearance by the defendant. Kyle Sargent for the State of Wisconsin. Court orders a warrant and stays for ten days to make contact with the defendant. Court adjourned at 10:15 a.m.
then it said
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last night the police were sent to my parents house after I supposly called 911 last night. Can they charge me with obstruction? or any crime for miss use of 911?
Or is that up to my po?
ok I guess I just to wait and see if they
file charges. I don't even remember doing it
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