can i file for a 1244a while on defered probation

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can i file for a 1244a while on defered probation

i want to know can i get my felony reduced to misdormenoir and if so how much time wil i face on a forgery of finacial document

Asked on April 16, 2009 under Criminal Law, Texas

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MD, Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 13 years ago | Contributor

You need an attorney who can help you sort through the facts and circumstances of your particular situation to determine what you can do and cannot do to negotiate, if you can negotiate and what kind of time you can face.

Try www.attorneypages.com, and review the following:

First this is a 1244a.

Sec. 12.44.  REDUCTION OF STATE JAIL FELONY PUNISHMENT TO MISDEMEANOR PUNISHMENT.  (a)  A court may punish a defendant who is convicted of a state jail felony by imposing the confinement permissible as punishment for a Class A misdemeanor if, after considering the gravity and circumstances of the felony committed and the history, character, and rehabilitative needs of the defendant, the court finds that such punishment would best serve the ends of justice.

(b)  At the request of the prosecuting attorney, the court may authorize the prosecuting attorney to prosecute a state jail felony as a Class A misdemeanor.


2nd === One never knows what could happen until the form is filed.

 

In terms of how much time you can get on a forgery of financial document, you need to consult the texas sentencing guidelines and if this charge could be eligible to be reduced to Class A misdemeanor.


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