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Can you get released from jail early on a "No Bail" PRCS probation hold?

Modesto, CA |

He got arrested for violation of probation, and was also in possession of drugs. He has a pending court date for pretrial on two more felony drug violations that he got while out on bail. He also has a new misdemeanor DV conviction. When he was arrested he was with the person he has a stay away order from.The DA is going to violate his probation. The DV is a new charge. He was arrested and sent to prison on drug charges originally. What could possibly happen with these new charges?

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He won't get out on a parole or probation violation hold. He is facing many serious issues. He needs a lawyer.

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PRCS is a parole hold. He will not get bail set or released until the hold is lifted. This person has a lot of serious issues. Too many for a short response. There are serious consequences for committing new felonies while on bail. The stay away order violation is also a new misdemeanor. He needs a really good attorney.


The parole hold keeps him in. The violation of court protective order likely would have kept him in given that history. He has violations aplenty and a choice of new crimes to file if the Da wants to go there. He should not be discussing his case, his mail is read, the phone calls are recorded. He needs to talk to his lawyer.

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