Im wondering if i was on pre trial will my bond be revoked when i go to court? is it possable to get probation or do i have to do jail time and how much jail will i get or is house arrest possable? never been i trouble in my life except for these charges.
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You have to run this by your attorney.
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Why not ask your attorney these questions? I'm curious as to your case from last year is going to be dropped, but hasn't been already?
You are in a boatload of trouble. If convicted on both the pending cases you can guarantee that you will be doing some significant jail time .
Yes you have violated your bond and PTS and should have been revoked already.
You need to consider doing treatment for what appears to be a serious alcohol problem. The more mitigation you do, the more you help your attorney negotiate on your behalf.
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Why aren't you talking to your attorney about this?? You pick up three DUIs in the past 7 years? Even if one gets dismissed as you state, you are looking at two years of probation, alcohol classes, UPS, and some significant jail - 90 days is the presumptive amount, although the judge can suspend some of that.
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It clearly sounds like you have some "issue" with alcohol. If I were your attorney, to minimize or eliminate any potential jail time I would suggest that you immediately (if you haven't done so already) begin counseling/treatment/therapy to address your alcohol consumption issue. By doing that it will assist your attorney in minimizing that potential for jail time.
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For heaven's sake, stop drinking!
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