Hi Jacustomer,A couple of questions first. Has he been arraigned on the charges or is this his very first court date? Who required the course? Does he have a lawyerUse the reply tab below to let me know.
The letter came from the Spokane county to appear in the superior court next week. That is the first arraignment in the criminal dept. of Spokane county.
The counselor at university requested the online course to be completed by him . That counselor in the middle man between the legal system and the school. Now my son moved back and living with us, he had difficult time to live by himself.
Thank you for the briefing answer. It would be great if we get the approximate fee for a lawyer in this type of case?
Do you think we should contact the school to send their feed back to the court?
The amount on the letter says exceeding $1500, which is probably a class B, does it make big difference to get him on a probation judgment?
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