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Fighting my client's shoplifting charge in Forsyth Magistrate Court. On August 24, 2017, I met with my client in the Forsyth Magistrate Court. My client had been charged with a second in a lifetime shoplifting offense. For the previous shoplifting charge, he was offered diversion. My client is currently on non-reporting probation for the first shoplifting offense. Therefore, in an effort to minimize his exposure in negotiations, I reset his case for a date after his probation expires. His case now has been reset for a first offender plea.


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8/28/2017
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Fighting my client's shoplifting charge in Forsyth Magistrate Court.

On August 24, 2017, I met with my client in the Forsyth Magistrate Court.
My client had been charged with a second in a lifetime shoplifting offense.
For the previous shoplifting charge, he was offered diversion.
My client is currently on non-reporting probation for the first shoplifting offense.
Therefore, in an effort to minimize his exposure in negotiations, I reset his case for a date after his probation expires.

His case now has been reset for a first offender plea.

This informative blog is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia probation violation defense attorney Scott Miller.

If you have a probation violation issue or other criminal matters that you would like to discuss with attorney Scott Miller, you may call him at 770-408-1001, for a free consultation.
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