I have received a subpoena from the court, along with the copy of the police report and affidavit. Although, the affidavit has the incorrect date, 6/17/2013, when it occurred on 6/19/2013. Is this any bit substantial to fight against?
1 Answer from Attorneys
It will really depend on the facts. But, I don't think this will make too much of a difference. I would suggest hiring a criminal defense attorney to help you out with your case.
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