My son’s biological father was indicted 3 years ago in Tyler County in Texas in Woodville Texas to be exact. This is his 9 DWI arrest and it will be his 8th conviction because he gave blood this time and it was loaded. Twice before he had probation and it was revoked from dirty urinalysis. I have raised my son for 8 years but always worry this man will show up one day. Therefore I have been following this case waiting to find out the result. I’m afraid one day I will have to spend time and money in court trying to prove why he can’t take visits with my son. When in reality I feel if the DA’s had done there job I would not have to do so. Not to mention the clear possibility of him killing someone. He is soon to finally go to Trial. I know the state investigated to determine if he was eligib
I think the chances of this person getting probation are highly unlikely. He is not legally eligible for probation, should it be taken to a jury trial but the prosecutor does have the discretion to offer it if they deem the case requires it. (Possibly a weak case, unavailable witness,etc.)
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