Caught stealing at Walmart?

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  • Caught stealing at Walmart?


Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 20:59
What paperwork did you fill out? Did you get a copy? I highly doubt you have a misdemeanor on your record for this without having been to court, or given a chance to defend. However I've seen worse things happens in small towns. My suggestion is save the lawyer fees and start by purchasing your own background check online for about 10 bucks. Another option is to simply call the lawyer who likely spammed you and ask him directly about the letter he mailed you. There should be no charge to inquire about the letter he sent you which is a solicitation. Ask him what his letter was referring to, how he found out and what he can hope to do about it if you were to retain him. Then step back and think about what you want to do when you have the facts.
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 21:54
If WalMart turned the paperwork over to the local district attorney, then the DA might have done something with the information. The DA can file the charge but then decline to prosecute. Make a few copies of the WalMart paperwork and the letter from the "random defense attorney." You can go to the DA's office and ask questions. Show them a copy of the WalMart paperwork, the lack of a letter from WalMart, and the letter from the attorney. Send another set of copies to the state agency that regulates lawyers in your state, and ask them to investigate the attorney to find out where he got this information from. The mail service where I live often messes up, and I get my neighbor's mail. I worry that I am not getting some of my mail. I have even gotten the wrong mail in a post office box.
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Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 20:48
Get a lawyer and try to get it taken off your record it will haunt you ALL your life !
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