No, it would be afterwards, and if you plead not guilty, you're NOT going to be put into jail. If you couldn't post bond, you'd be in jail NOW.The Judge is as open minded as the next person, but I cannot predict the outcome. You'll NEED the testimony
of your prior attorney to try to get the charges dismissed.
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