Memo Agreement Dallas County
September 25, 2012 Client found “NOT GUILTY” at Assault Trial in Dallas Municipal CourtClint was involved in routine child custody and child custody disagreements with her ex-boyfriend/father of their child. The client called the police when her ex (re) showed up late with her child. The ex also called the police and reported that the client had assaulted his mother and sister during the exchange of their child. During the trial, Corrigan grilled the ex, his mother and sister about the events and introduced the client and her mother as witnesses. In the end, the judge found the client NOT GUILTY. This case may be exhausted. The process of obtaining a declaration involves filing an application for registration in the county where the indictment was filed. Information relating to the arrest, trial and other ministerial information related to the incident must be included in the petition. Once filed, some counties request that the case be set for a petition hearing, at which the judge will have the petition and all the objections of the district attorney. In some cases, we are able to get the district attorney not to raise objections, in this case, no hearing is necessary.
Fortunately, the law expressly provides that one can delete his recordings in court at the end of a diversion program. Pre-judicial diversion is what is called in places like Kaufman County and Rockwall County, but it is called a memorandum of understanding in places like Dallas County. Whatever the name of the program, it gives you the right to have your registration deleted. November 10, 2011 Client served 4 Felony harassment charges, a burglary in a building, and non-IDClient was seriously ill mentally and had committed a burglary at a local hospital. The client also had a colostomy bag that required prison and psychiatric staff to interact regularly with the client. It has also led to several accusations of chunking in relation to the throwing of faeces by customers. Before corrigan was on the case and for several months after, da offered the period of prison. Corrigan has read thousands of pages of mental health and prison records that have described the client`s story in detail. Corrigan eventually convinced the DA and Dallas County psychiatric staff that the prison was neither the answer nor parole. Customer received a year in the county (at 3 for 1) that he had easily in the return lap.
He is now at home with his family and working on his mental health. September 17, 2013 Memo Agreement Granted for Shoplifting/Theft of $50 in Dallas – Case dismissed Grand Prairie Class C Dismissed flight after late handing over of the Dallas shoplifting case Not subject to professional womanhood was taken 3 times by Dallas and Grand Prairie P.D.s in a short time. The client followed in Corrigan`s footsteps, which received the Grand Prairie case, and convinced Dallas not to file a municipal file.