My fiance was on probation for a speeding ticket. He then a few weeks later got a dui which he is going to trial because he was not under the influence he was working all day and took some of his workers home pulled over and took a nap. The police said he was unresponsive. But anyway he violated the traffic ticket violation probation by getting this offense. He has a warrant for violating his probation. But the fine is paid off now. How long will he sit in jail when he turn his self in.
He needs a hearing on his probation violation. Get him a lawyer.
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No set answer to your question. It depends upon a number of things, including which jurisdiction the VOP is in. Your post is unclear, but I assume your fiance was arrested and bonded out on the dui before his probation officer ["po"] could place a "hold" on him. If so, when your fiance turns himself in, his po may put a hold on him and make a motion to revoke his dui bond. Your fiance needs a good lawyer ASAP. The lawyer could try to negotiate a resolution before your fiance turns himself in, to minimize the amount of time he sits in jail waiting for a court hearing.
The short answer to your questions is that he will sit in jail until he has a hearing. One way to speed up the process is to hire an attorney to negotiate with the probation officer and/or to try and get a hearing date set up ahead of time. After he deals with probation, as you know, he will have to deal with the DUI as well.
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