My ex boyfriend is charged twice for aggravated robbery and impersonating a police officer. Apparently he has a history of doing this but finally got caught back in December of last year. He was on full house arrest and is still on house arrest but has to be home by a certain time.Charges have not been dropped and this case has been going on for 4-5 months. The outcome of this.....Will he be going to prison or jail?His next hearing is this month on the 22nd.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Without knowing the facts of his case, and a little bit about his history, it's really hard to answer that question. It is important, also, that you do not post any factual information about his case on this site or any other public forum. That being said, if he does not already have an attorney, he needs one immediately. An attorney, who has been hired and is familiar with him and his case is the only one that can answer your question. The charges that he is facing are very serious. Many experienced attorneys in your area, like myself, offer free consultations.
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DUI / DWI Attorney
Jail is not a concern on a felony but prison certainly is. Especially two agg robs. DAs usually only offer pen time on agg robs. It may take awhile for his defense attorney to talk the DA into probation--or he may have to set his cases for trial. This could end up taking a year or more. His attorney is in the best position to advise him of likely outcomes based on the facts of his cases and his criminal history.
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