I have 2 bail jumping for domestic violence I wasn't supposed to talk to her so I violated the court rules only threats in im a user i have a case for narcotics it wasn't over 2 grams in my attorney in court no i use drugs is im getting jail time or probation another thing if the victim don't come to the last court date can they drop the dv the state picked up the dv
This post is hard to understand, but the odds of getting no jail with multiple bail jumps, a DV case, and a drug case are slim. Schedule a time to talk to your attorney. A case would have to be in trial with a jury in the box before the failure of a witness to appear would result in dismissal with prejudice, and dissuading a witness from testifying would be yet another crime.
This answer is provided for general information only. No legal advice can be given without a consult as to the specifics of the case.
While probation is always an option, quite frankly it sounds like you have 3 different cases, a DV case, a drug case, and the bailjumping. It is unlikely that you would get only probation with this many open files. Realistically you should anticipate some conditional jail time as a part of probation. As for your question about the victim not at a court hearing, that is irrelevant. There is no requirement that a victim appear at every court hearing. The only time she would be required to come would be at the trial. The case doesn't get dropped simply because she wasn't present for a pretrial or status hearing.
Either way, these are questions you should be asking your lawyer, who actually understands the full situation. Nobody here is going to be able to give you a real answer.
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