You're looking at a minimum 10 days for the 14601.2, and probably 10 more for the PV (if I had to guess). Get an attorney asap to assist you.
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I'm not exactly sure how many you have, but there are mandatory jail sentencing for habitual offenders. Call and go over your case in detail with an attorney. Don't post any more information here.
Are you sure Ventura wants to violate your probation? Have you recieved such a notice from Ventura?
The best thing to do is to stop talking publicly and to immediately hire a qualified and experienced attorney to try and work out a disposition to all outstanding matters. Having to live with 3 outstanding warrants must be very stressful. I commend you for wanting to get it all cleared up. Most lawyers will give you a free consultation to discuss your case. You want to hire one of us lawyers who are regularly in Ventura court. This will increase your chances of getting the best possible resolution to your case.
You need an attorney. The 14601 can get you jail time. The violation of probation in Ventura is serious . You might be be able to get re-referred back into probation - but expect some jail time too. Get an attorney .
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