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A single father of three children, Andrew was afraid of what would happen to them if he were to go to prison.
Andrew R. was driving around one day when he ran into a guy at the gas station who was selling Babolat tennis racquets at much less than what you would pay for them in store. He bought them and then took them into a pawn shop within 24 hours. When you pawn something you have to give your fingerprints. It turned out the racquets he bought had been stolen out of someone’s garage, and the police traced the racquets back to Andrew. He was then arrested on charges of grand theft and dealing in stolen property, and was looking at a possible max of 20 years in prison.
We fought to get Andrew into the diversion program. The prosecution originally said no because Andrew had a prior in Virginia that had been pinned on him by his ex wife, but we kept trying because it was the best way to avoid both trial and prison time.
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