One more thing to ask: the deferred prosecution is automatically
revoked if alcohol related, but not if non-alcohol related.
I heard that if the new charges are dismissed or put on a
deferred prosecution, they may not count toward
revocation of the deferred prosecution in Olympia municipal
I heard a deferred sentence works for this too, even though
there is a conviction which gets dismissed. This is all
after the felony gets reduced. Can the deferred sentence
or prosecution apply to a reduced felony, say a misdemeanor?
I'm sorry. The answers are good. One more thing, the new
charges are not alcohol related.
Any changes or things to add to your answer?
The new charges are not alcohol related. I would be in a mental health
program for anxiety disorder.
Would that be likely to reduce the felony charge allowing deferred
sentence or a second deferred prosecution with non title 46 and
would that be enough to keep the original DUI deferred from
One last thing:
Since you say it is possible, has it happened?
If so, it has happened, would that make it likely or more likely to
happen in my case?
I am almost satisfied, but there is one last thing:
Since you say it is possible, has it happened?
Also was it just the deferred sentence or not the deferred sentence which
Also was it just the deferred prosecution or not which works, some people
don't do this one. (The second deferred prosecution).
I am almost satisfied, for the most part satisfied with the answers.
This is most important: Has this outcome happened and if so is it
more likely to then happen for me in my case?
Is it more than the prosecutor saying OK , is there a basis for it?
Is the basis only for the deferred sentence, or the second
deferred prosecution non 46 RCW, or both?
I am almost satisfied, satisfied for the most part with the answers.
Most important: has this happened? If so, is it then more likely to
Is there a basis for it other than the prosecutor saying OK? A
legal or precedent basis?
Also, are those results for the deferred sentence option or the non
46 deferred prosecution or both? Some attorneys only do the deferred
Thank you very much.
Sorry I'm having trouble with the process.
Most important: has this result happened? Will that make
it more likely to happen in my case?
Is there a legal reason for it other than the prosecutor
OKing it? A precedent, or similar?
Is this just for the deferred sentence option or the
deferred prosecution option (second one) or both?
(Has it happened?)
Thanks. That should be it.
Sorry, can you read the question I asked earlier? I asked it
a few times because if I don't get an answer it goes back to
It says: possible. Is there a basis for it in my case, has it
happened? IF it has, does this make it more likely to
happen in my case, and is it only for a deferred sentence,
or the deferred prosecution (second) or both?
Is the basis more than just prosecutor opinion?
I asked this before,
Has this possibilty happened before? Is there a
basis for it other than the prosecutor just OKing
it, and if it has happened, does it make it more
likely to happen for my case, and if so just on
the deferred sentence or on the deferred
prosecution (second one) or both?
Is this something a good attorney can achieve then?
I sent this a few times without a reply. I ask because
some attorneys don't do the second deferred,
apparently one or two do.
Can this outcome happen pretrial? Has it?
To get the deferred sentence you have to have the
Does it have to be a trial for the medical
condition to be proven?
I agree it needs an attorney. Thanks for your great answers!
Has this outcome happened? With the deferred sentence?
With the second deferred prosecution? Or not? Both or
will this outcome work in Pierce county?
Deferred (second) program or deferred sentence or
Will this outcome work in Pierce County for the place where
the deferred sentence or deferred prosecution is obtained, for
the non-alcohol charges,
as well as for keeping the original alcohol only deferred
prosecution in Olympia Municipal Court?
Have they allowed a deferred sentence to work in Olympia
Municipal court to keep a deferred prosecution for alcohol
Will this work in Pierce County, Washington State,
as the place where the felony and misdemeanors
would be reduced to a deferred sentence and would
this work for a deferred sentence outcome or a
deferred prosecution outcome or both?
Will that above work to keep a deferred prosecution in
Olympia Municipal Court in Olympia, WA? The deferred
sentence? Or both that and a deferred prosecution?
Would the deferred prosecution work in Pierce County, WA
and /or the deferred sentence?
Would those work in Olympia Municipal court, Olympia, WA?
Both deferred sentence and deferred prosecution? And, has
Most important to me, have they done that with a deferred
sentence in Olympia Municipal Court, Olympia, WA?
Would the deferred prosecution work in Pierce County
along with the deferred sentence and has it been done
on both or either?
Would those work on the deferred prosecution in
Olympia Municipal Court (Olympia, WA) to keep it
from revocation and most important: has this
been done in that court?
If you can see the question prior to this, that is my question.
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