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    @Shannatalie - I have included an; Ask the Police link, 'I want to change my bail conditions, how do I do it?' here which should give you t
    26 May 2015
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    Re: Pleading Guilty and the Courts
    @chris - Yes, if you pleaded 'guilty' you don't need the verdict, as it is what it is. You can now just begin paying the fine.
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    @Nat - any courses should have been agreed in your ‘sentence plan’. How long you remain on licence depends on the length…
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    Re: Pleading Guilty and the Courts
    I was arrested and charged with cultivation of cannabis (24 plants) in a warehouse, applied for legal aid and it was declined…
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    I was caught drink driving. I had my to young girls In car I hit 6 cars I believe I wrote one off I only have a provisional licence and never…
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    My brother is in court tommorow for sentencing for pleading guilty to using a air rifle during self defence in saving myself from me brutally…
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    My partner was bailed at police station all charges have been dropped however some people involved in the case not legally trained have…
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    @wilks. After 4 weeks they tell your son that! They just wasted 4 weeks of time!! Prison Omu work very slow, by the sound of…
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