I am in desperate need for some advise asap! I was arrested for the following three charges:Possession of a Controlled Substance (Felony - Narcotic Drug)Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Child Abuse - Negligently Caused (No Death or Great Bodily Harm) Please let me explain that this was a pull over at rt 66 casino and they gave us the child abuse charge because my friends daughter was in the car. The reason for pulling me over was weird he said I failed to yield right of way. Anyways I had less than a gram in my pocket as well as a pipe. Furthermore I am currently on 3 yrs probation from another incident prior to this one. Anyways the State is not wanting to take it to trial and is offering me 90 days rehab and 18mos. probation to run concurrent with my already existing probation as well as the 90days rehab. I don't feel like I should take this plea I think its an awful offer from the state. Can you please tell me what your opinion is on this? Let me also let you know as well that I was out on Conditions of Release for my prior charges. Of course I have been sentenced for those charges already. I guess my question is can they revoke my probation or will that count against me at all on these new charges if i decide to take it to trial?
Can I be charged for child pornography if someone (apparently a girl around 20 years old - attended college in her info, but not sure) sent me a nude picture (without face) and I sent her back a picture of my penis, but I'm afraid that my picture will be released on the high school that I'm teaching?
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