NO the State's Attorney is highly unlikely to willing to talk about the case at all unless he is present or at least lawfully on bond. His case must be very bad. However, you should know that another attorney can review the case and give you a second opinion if you wish, which might change his mind about staying in Mexico.
No. Your husband has to appear for court to serve any sentence. He is likely facing a bail jumping charge as well.
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