The range of punishment he is facing could be 2-20 years or 5-life. The prosecutor will evaluate the circumstances of the new charge and also the circumstances and punishment he received for the prior charge (and any other criminal history) to determine an appropriate punishment.
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Whether you can deregister also depends on what type of charge you have been put on probation for and what length of time is required for your registration. The new Texas laws have provisions for deregistration, but the laws depend on how the Texas registration laws compare to some federal laws governing registration. The new laws allow you to enter the deregistration process if you qualify. Then you have to obtain certain approvals from different agencies, including certain state approved...
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I would recommend you hire an attorney that can effectively discuss the laws of search and seizure. The most critical issues right now involve the reason for the detention and the search.
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I'm curious to know why they are charges with "aggravated robbery" and if the arrested boys gave any statements to the police and if there were any other witnesses. I'm a former Harris County felony prosecutor and I have been handling criminal cases for 10 years. I can be reached at 713-225-8000