Probation in Witness Tampering Case
When a relative was accused of a triple murder with a gang enhancement, a family member decided to help by establishing a false alibi in the middle of the trial. Despite her intentions, she instead found herself charged with witness tampering, which exposed her to substantial repercussions. Attorney Silver represented the woman, and by explaining the situation and tactfully negotiating, she earned credit for time served. His client would need to serve five years of probation, but once completed, she could opt to reduce the offense to a misdemeanor.
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