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Old 04-25-2012, 07:52 AM   #241
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holy ! I wasn't even posting by when this thread started... lol

so that was that guy that ran and got a beat down for running huh?
This is the runner and has several posts in this thread
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Just as it reads this is a small follow up. After some back and forth the case was dismissed. Total cost was about 2200. I did keep the bike until this year. Since the case I have bought a few other toys such as a jeep, s2000, f350. Record is clean but I believe an arrest shows. Nothing happened to my employment, although I did eventually quit, or my license. Finishing up school and all that good stuff. I guess that's a good summary of how things went.
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Old 04-25-2012, 11:29 AM   #242
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holy ! I wasn't even posting by when this thread started... lol

so that was that guy that ran and got a beat down for running huh?
Nope, that wasn't me. No beat down. Just a simple hands behind your back followed by my rights. No physical contact other than the cuffs. Then a few smart remarks by the "cool" cops who ride busas that are of course much faster than my r1
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Nope, that wasn't me. No beat down. Just a simple hands behind your back followed by my rights. No physical contact other than the cuffs. Then a few smart remarks by the "cool" cops who ride busas that are of course much faster than my r1
He may have meant an e-thug beat down
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As qouted from the Bastrop Advertiser.

Martinez made his mistake after cruising through Bastrop, where he lost a couple of deputies.

Bastrop Police Sgt. Clint Nagy in the departments Tahoe, tailed the motorcyclist to a storage unit, where he pulled over, allegedly to hide until the heat died down, Montgomery said. Nagy then held Martinez until Montgomery got there and arrested hime.

According to Montgomery, Martinez is part of a Houston motorcycle club whose riders try to outrun law enforcement as part of their club activities.

"He told me he had his iPod on classic rock and when he saw the first trooper he switched it to hard rock"' Montgomery said.


How did you not see thier Tahoe?
Hmm... As I recall the only vehicles I saw at the storage place were crown vics. No Tahoes.
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He may have meant an e-thug beat down
Ah then yes I suppose. My motohouston credit has never been the same
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Old 04-25-2012, 11:34 AM   #246
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Hmm... As I recall the only vehicles I saw at the storage place were crown vics. No Tahoes.
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so, how exactly did the case get dismissed? that's pretty gangster. it looked pretty open and shut to me.
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so, how exactly did the case get dismissed? that's pretty gangster. it looked pretty open and shut to me.
Here is a timelime of how things went

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Night in holding cell
Bailed out($500)-court date set for a 8months ahead
charged with evading arrest (felony) and I also had a speeding ticket of 185mph ( possible license suspension with load of fines)

Hired a lawyer ($2,000)
Speeding ticket dropped
Charges lowered to fleeing an officer ( misdemeanor)
Went to court
Agreed to a deferred prosecution( meaning the court never files charges)
Deferred prosecution consisted of No drinking in public, defensive driving($20.00), 30 hours of community service at my choice of location and a fine of $200.00
Court date reset for a year

Went back to courts, turned in my defensive driving, proof of community service, and a receipt for the paid fine.
Case dismissed
Record clean other than my arrest which I can get expunged at anytime.
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Old 04-25-2012, 12:24 PM   #250
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Here is a timelime of how things went

Chase
Night in holding cell
Bailed out($500)-court date set for a 8months ahead
charged with evading arrest (felony) and I also had a speeding ticket of 185mph ( possible license suspension with load of fines)

Hired a lawyer ($2,000)
Speeding ticket dropped
Charges lowered to fleeing an officer ( misdemeanor)
Went to court
Agreed to a deferred prosecution( meaning the court never files charges)
Deferred prosecution consisted of No drinking in public, defensive driving($20.00), 30 hours of community service at my choice of location and a fine of $200.00
Court date reset for a year

Went back to courts, turned in my defensive driving, proof of community service, and a receipt for the paid fine.
Case dismissed
Record clean other than my arrest which I can get expunged at anytime.
If I had failed to comply I would have been charged with fleeing instead of evading but since I did everything they requested no charges were ever filed.
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Old 04-25-2012, 02:05 PM   #251
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Old 04-25-2012, 02:21 PM   #253
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that is a really great outcome. your lawyer did a of a job dropping that to a misdemeanor - congrats!

might wanna check on what's actually involved with the deferred adjudication, though. even though you say 'no charges were filed' it will still be on your record unless you get it expunged. I did the same for a class B reckless driving and you'd be surprised what still shows up. one thing to note is that it will prevent you from getting a CHL for 5 years - after the probation term ends.
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In Texas if an employer does a background check on you they will still see that you pleaded no contest (or guilty, whatever your case may be) to a fleeing charge.
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that is a really great outcome. your lawyer did a of a job dropping that to a misdemeanor - congrats!

might wanna check on what's actually involved with the deferred adjudication, though. even though you say 'no charges were filed' it will still be on your record unless you get it expunged. I did the same for a class B reckless driving and you'd be surprised what still shows up. one thing to note is that it will prevent you from getting a CHL for 5 years - after the probation term ends.
It wasnt deferred adjudication. It was deferred prosecution. Here is a little excerp explaining how it works

A deferred prosecution agreement is a voluntary alternative to adjudication in which a prosecutor agrees to grant amnesty in exchange for the defendant agreeing to fulfill certain requirements. A case of corporate fraud, for instance, might be settled by means of a deferred-prosecution agreement in which the defendant agrees to pay fines, implement corporate reforms, and fully cooperate with the investigation. Fulfillment of the specified requirements will then result in dismissal of the charges.[1] Under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines, a past deferred prosecution will not count toward a defendant's criminal history, if there was no finding of guilt by a court and the defendant did not plead guilty or otherwise admit guilt in open court. This is in contrast to a deferred disposition, which typically does involve such a finding or admission.[2]

As for employment and what not I have had several background checks of which none of the employers asked me about charges on my record. I'm actually looking into getting my CHL soon. I guess that will be the real test in finding out how well things worked out.

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that is a really great outcome. your lawyer did a of a job dropping that to a misdemeanor - congrats!

might wanna check on what's actually involved with the deferred adjudication, though. even though you say 'no charges were filed' it will still be on your record unless you get it expunged. I did the same for a class B reckless driving and you'd be surprised what still shows up. one thing to note is that it will prevent you from getting a CHL for 5 years - after the probation term ends.
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A “deferred prosecution” is an agreement between the accused and the prosecutor and acts as an alternative to deferred adjudication in which a prosecutor agrees to grant amnesty in exchange for the defendant agreeing to fulfill certain requirements. Fulfillment of the specified requirements will then result in dismissal of the charges. Under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines, as well as under current U.S. immigration law, a past deferred prosecution will not count toward a defendant’s criminal history, if there was no finding of guilt by a court and the defendant did not plead guilty or otherwise admit guilt in open court.

Because there is no admission of guilt, deferred prosecution is not a “conviction;” and thus, an accused who accepted a deferred prosecution cannot be placed under immigration removal proceeding. On the contrary, a plea to a deferred adjudication, depending on the crime and the person’s criminal history, as well as statutory and case law, the accused may be a deportable alien
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that is a really great outcome. your lawyer did a of a job dropping that to a misdemeanor - congrats!

might wanna check on what's actually involved with the deferred adjudication, though. even though you say 'no charges were filed' it will still be on your record unless you get it expunged. I did the same for a class B reckless driving and you'd be surprised what still shows up. one thing to note is that it will prevent you from getting a CHL for 5 years - after the probation term ends.
So no conviction, no plead = green light for a CHL

If anyone wants to help pay for the class and find out for sure let me know
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