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On March 4, 2015, I appeared in the Dunwoody Municipal Court to defend my client against the charges of, shoplifting and giving false evidence to a law-enforcement officer. This was her first in a lifetime arrest. Following negotiations with the prosecutor, I was able to work out a pretrial diversion and a record restriction, expungement for my client. This pretrial diversion is an earned dismissal. My client must perform 40 hours of community service, attend a shoplifting seminar, and also pay the court costs. This is a big victory for my client because, the consequences of her charges could have been very damaging.


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6/3/2016
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Fighting client's shoplifting and false evidence charge Dunwoody

On March 4, 2015, I appeared in the Dunwoody Municipal Court to defend my client against the charges of, shoplifting and giving false evidence to a law-enforcement officer. This was her first in a lifetime arrest.
Following negotiations with the prosecutor, I was able to work out a pretrial diversion and a record restriction, expungement for my client. This pretrial diversion is an earned dismissal. My client must perform 40 hours of community service, attend a shoplifting seminar, and also pay the court costs.
This is a big victory for my client because, the consequences of her charges could have been very damaging.
My client and her parents are thrilled with the outcome of this very troubling issue.
If you have questions about shoplifting, contact the Alpharetta, Georgia shoplifting defense attorney Scott Miller for a free consultation.
770-408-1001
www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com

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