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To Whom It May Concern:
Please accept my most sincerect apologies for my conduct.There is however,no excuse for my behaviour.The purpose of this is to convey to you Your Honour and the court my sincere apologies for any inconvenience,I have cause Mrs.Brown and the court.
I have realized how wrong I was that larceney and indenity theft is a serious crime.I admit that I was wrong and I accept full responsibility.I can promise the court that I will never do this again.I am extremely ashamed and remorseful about my actions.
I can understand that it may be difficult for the court to accept my apology,But I hope that this letter might give me an opportunity to prove my behaviour and to help make things better.
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Judge of the ____ Court
Dear Judge Smith:
Please accept my sincerest apologies for my conduct on [date]. There is no excuse for my behaviour. The purpose of this is to convey to Your Honour and the court my sincere apologies for any inconvenience or unpleasantness I have caused Mrs. Brown and the Court.
I realize how wrong I was and that larceny and identity theft are serious crimes. I admit that I was wrong and I accept full responsibility for my behavior. I promise the court that I will never do this again. I am extremely ashamed and remorseful about my actions.
I can understand that it may be difficult for the court to accept my apology, but I hope that this letter might give me an opportunity to help prove my remorse and to offer some amends.
Probably too late to comment on this post but when writing a letter to the Magistrate it always needs to be addressed this way:
To the Presiding Magistrate
xxxxx (where court case is being heard) Magistrates Court
Letters are also required to be signed and dated by yourself. Try keep to 1 page as if it is any longer the magistrate may not have time to read it. Make sure that your letter is also typed and not hand written. It can be hand written but obviously needs to be neat.
Always end letters addressed to the Magistrate, as per below. Hope this helps
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