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Im a doctor in LA Los Angeles for 25 yers who got convicted

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I'm a doctor in LA Los Angeles for 25 yers who got convicted for 2 years in 1/2000,I escaped probation after 3 mon,I want get back without facing jail.

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Good morning. Can you please clarify what you mean when you say you escaped probation? Do you mean you left the State and never returned or reported? Is there a warrant out for you arrest?

Customer:

I think there is a warrant after I stopped completing my probation,my only contact is my old DL # XXXXX

Customer:

PLZ REPLY TO MY CONTRACT CASE WITH SAUDI MILITARY HOSPITAL TOO,THX

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

WHWRE IS YOUR REPLY???

Thank you for the additional information. If you stop complying with the terms and conditions of your probation and absconded, there is a warrant likely out there for your arrest. If you want to return and resolve this, you would first need to file a motion to vacate the warrant and reset the court date. You could either do this on your own or retain legal counsel. If you did not do this nor if the Judge did not grant the request, you would have to turn yourself in and post a bond, to be released, if there was one on the warrant. After that happens, you would need to appear in court on the violation and likely need to work out a plea deal, unless you had a legal defense to raise and wanted to fight this. In an ideal situation, the prosecutor would agree to reinstate and extend your probation, imposing additional terms and conditions. However, there is no way for sure if they will do this and it depends on the facts surrounding the case and what the current situation is. The decision about jail depends on how old the case is, what you were on probation for and how much, if any, of the probation term you complied with. As far as your other question, that is separate and apart from this criminal issue, so another expert will have to answer that and will shortly.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.


CAN YOU HANDLE MY OTHER CASE AS A PAYOR OF THE CRIMINAL ONE.THAT ONE WAS FOR MEDICAL FRAUD,IF YOU ASK.

Customer: replied 3 years ago.


I'M A GOOD PHYSICIAN BEFORE & AFTER THE CASE,CAN YOU HELP ME?

I am not an expert on medical fraud, so I would rather allow another professional to answer that. As far as you being a good physician, that is a mitigating factor for the court to consider, when deciding what type of plea to impose. It is something to bring before the court.
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