My Husband is on probation in Dallas county & Collin county.We stay in Dallas so they transfered his files from Collin to Dallas so he wouldnt have to report in to differrnt counties .he just went to jail in Dallas County for a new crime he commited,we know that that is a violation to his probation in Dallas.but can Collin county violate him too
Criminal Defense Attorney
He could be violated by Collin County. Dallas County has nothing to do with his Collin County probation revocation. They are just supervising as a courtesy.
Austin Probation Lawyer
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Criminal Defense Attorney
Collin County can violate him and may want to so that a Collin County judge can sentence him. However, they could just decide to let Dallas County handle it.
Marijuana is against federal law. Federal law supersedes state law. A person could be charged and convicted for marijuana related crimes such as possession, cultivation, distribution, manufacturing, transportation, and conspiracy.
If your husband hasn't plead guilty, then I would not state that he engaged in any criminal activity, particularly on a public forum on the internet. Please contact a criminal defense lawyer who can can help your husband deal with a probation revocation and the underlying new criminal charge.
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DUI / DWI Attorney
Absolutely. And they will. Depending on what he's on probation for and what his new case is, the Collin County pv will probably be his biggest problem. It's just a much tougher county to deal with. Obviously he needs an experienced defense attorney helping him out of this. Most of us offer free consultations. I would start calling around ASAP.
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