I was sentenced to 80 days in a San Diego work furlough and three years felony probation. Victim restitution still owed is roughly $79,000 ( joint and several between two other defendants). My probation was moved to the administrative bank unit about 6 months ago, meaning that although I am on formal probation still, I do not have to report to a PO unless I have police contact etc.
Will my probation just expire in July, or should I expect to be summoned? I have read conflicting answers ranging from probation being extended to 5 years or the restitution being converted into a civil judgement(how does this work with joint and several?).
Notes- I have had no violations during my term of probation, and have been making my monthly $150 payment on time with no incidence.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Your probation will expire and the outstanding restitution will be converted to a civil judgment against all defendants. You will not be summoned to court.
The judge cannot extend probation to five years.
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