Urinating in Public Case
Bars are a bad place to be especially around closing time. When it comes to closing time, many bars will not let patrons in to use the restroom. When this happens, people will go outside to use the restroom. Police officers are very familiar with the common spots that people will use to relieve themselves. There are many areas where police officers will wait just for this purpose.
A Urinating in Public Case can occur in a number of ways. In addition to this, which county it is can affect what it will resolve as or in other words, whether it will be resolved as a misdemeanor or an infraction. It makes a huge difference what the case will resolve for. For instance, if a Urinating in Public Case resolves for an infraction, then there will be no criminal record for the defendant and the fines will be significantly less. However, if the case is resolved as a misdemeanor, then the person will have to answer for the crime in future job applications. The job application will include the question “Have you ever been convicted of a crime?” This is problematic as a person with Urinating in Public Case and they will have to answer that they have been convicted of a Urinating in Public Case.
It’s very important that you ascertain whether you are charged with an infraction or misdemeanor. Knowing this will save you money on the unnecessary attorney fees which will incur. If your case is charged as an infraction, then you will not need an attorney and you can pay the fine. There are many times that your case will not be charged a misdemeanor. One of indication of whether you will be charged with a misdemeanor or infraction is by looking at your ticket. The ticket should have a mark indicating whether it is an infraction (usually denoted by an I) or an misdemeanor (usually denoted by an M)