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One more question. The code says MCL 123.66 UPR does the UPR mean anything? Also there is a note see attached report but I didn't get an attached report, can I be charged with more than what he wrote on the citation and not know about it?
Yes I have looked it over it has that code for parks and services then has #1 UPR vehicle in park after hours and #2 UPR disorderly both say misdemeanor. Thank you for your time
Thank you. Do I need to worry about the note that says see attached report? I just don't want to be blindsided, does the officer have to disclose what I am being charged with? Is it possible the see attached report is something unrelated?
Also, if I have a deferred prosecution and stay out of trouble for the 6 months I know it can be expunged from record, but, does it go on record immediately or can I pay the fine and have it off my record immediately.
Thank you very much. Should I be worried about the report? I guess I am uneasy not knowing what it says. As far as misdemeanors go can you give me an example of the worst that can happen as well as the probability of what will happen? Thank you again, just a little nervous.
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