Texas. And is that common for little towns in Texas to not send it to a state level being such a minor offense? And if i do go to a place to do my finger prints i would think my probation officer could find out. I called the city were i was arrested and talked to the clerks office they said they would have to call or mail a submit form. And i looked up the county inmate and nothing came up i was just seeing was databased do probation officers look in if you know that would help allot
One last question and i will leave you alone . I already asked you this but is it common for a small city to not send it to state or county level? And doesnt probation officers get a flag if it does get sent to state or county level? It has been a year and a half and i figure if they were going to find out the would have already but i just like to hear from a proffesional that handles this type of stuff on a regular basis
Great thank you allot you have helped me allot. So in your proffesional opinondo you think i have anything to worry about. And i had 5years on adjudicated probation which i have served a little more than half which my probation officer says i can get off half way i have just been scared to do so because of this pi. Would it be a good idea to try to get off early? What do they do look for when i am eligable to get off? I know i said that was the last question but your so are very insightful
But in your proffesional opinion do you think that i am fine will all
circumstantces that i have gave you? now this is the last question
not fine... or fine?
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