Re: What Is A SIS Felony In Missouri
Either you didn't hear your attorney correctly or you are totally not understanding exactly how things were explained to you......
You went for your preliminary and it was found that there is enough evidence to hold you bound over for trial, so now your attorney is going to play let's-make-a-deal with the prosecutor wherein you get a felony conviction, BUT, will not see any jailtime due to the suspended imposition. But the SIS is contingent on you NOT getting in ANY sort of legal difficulty during the course of your probation period. Most likely there will be a sentence length stipulated somewhere that will be your 'destiny' if probation is violated.
I would imagine there will be a restitution order in there somewhere, in addition to all the other 'special'effects'.
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