He went to another state to see his children without permission from probation officer or DA. He constantly has drinking parties at his home...out in the country. He continues to smoke dope among other things. He owns and shoots his guns often at his home. The DA was informed by his ex wife of him leaving the state and the DA said that he would be in trouble, but then nothing happened. Officials know about the rest, but nothing happens. WHY NOT???
No one is investigating it or testing him for some unknown reason.
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Unless he tests positive on a random drug screening, it is unlikely he will be found in violation of probation. I would presume that for a DUI 1st - a misdemeanor mind you - he is on unsupervised probabtion and thereby, he must check in with his probabtion officer periodically.
Not to belabor the point, but I do agree that the District Attorney General's Office has much greater concerns than a potential violation of unsupervised probabtion for a misdemeanor.
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