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Do I have to tell my parents about my criminal charge?
Do I have to tell my parents about my criminal charge?

The short answer: No, you don’t have to tell your parents about being arrested. But criminal records are public, so they may find out anyways. So, you’ve been arrested or written a citation for a criminal matter. Maybe you were just out at a party with some friends and ...

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    • Do I have to tell my parents about my criminal charge?

      The short answer: No, you don’t have to tell your parents about being arrested. But criminal records are public, so they may find out anyways. So, ...

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    • Can I leave the state or the country during my criminal case?

      Traveling While Fighting a Criminal Case: What you need to know. First, you need to know whether you have bond conditions or probationary requirements ...

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      Where can I do my court-ordered community service? If you have been placed on probation or deferred adjudication, the judge may require you to ...

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      What to do if a federal agent approaches you? (FBI, DEA, U.S. Marshals, Border Patrol, Department of Homeland Security, Secret Service, ATF, etc.) You ...

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      What Is the Clean Slate Project? *DISCLAIMER: This program will only be available from October 2020 to October 2021. It has ended now, as of October ...

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    • Have Questions? We Have Answers!

      Below are some common questions we get asked by clients who have hired our firm. At The Greening Law Group, it is our goal to ensure that you receive ...

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    • Attorney Sarah Wilkinson's Top Questions:

      1. What is the worst that can happen? That will depend on the charge, the facts of the case, and the person's criminal history. I will tell the ...

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