Me and my boyfriend had a situation I said he hit me the took pics of my eye but there wasn't really a bruise also they took a statement from some one that was there I didn't write a statement on him . . . . he pled not guilty when we went to court I also wrote a letter telling his parole officer what really happened just want to know what could happen
I would expect that he could be violated regardless of the outcome of the pending criminal charges. He should have an experienced criminal defense attorney helping him with both the pending charges and any potential consequences on the probation side of it. Post no further details on the Internet, and only talk with an attorney.
When you said "he hit me" he was in violation of his release conditions. You will need to get an attorney for yourself if you now plan to change your story as this could be a.crime.
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I suspect he will be violated. If you plan to invoke your right against self-incrimination at the hearing, you need your own attorney.
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