how much jail time will I do if I violate probation on a four-year term? I got a robbery with bodily injury charge which was a fight with a bartender and liquor bottles got broken in the process. Served 3 months in county violated for dirty UA and was sentenced to six months in the who-a treatment program which I completed successfully .I recentlywas arrested at my court review for a violation of probation after being Discharged from aftercarefor attendece I was reinstated and the judge said that I would do for years in prison if I missed one appointment I feel I should havegoten time served I have no dirty UAs and I am trying to comply with all the stipulations that they require Im on CTI probation in Harris County ,i'm really just wanting to get it over with and do a little bit of jail time originally was only offered 11 months I've been on probation since November 11, 2014 my term would be up to 2-12-18.please advise me on any options I may have at this point ?since being reinstated I missed my first PO visit because I was in a mental hospitalI ,I am back in IOP classes yesterday discovered I had for traffic warrants will I be arrested when I do go to probation
You COULD do 20 years for a robbery. Apparently, the judge told you that you'd get 4 years of you screwed up, so that's probably going to be pretty close. I'm guessing that the original 11 months sounds pretty good right now, doesn't it?
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The specific answer to your question will come from your defense attorney after reviewing all the facts and negotiating with the prosecutor. Looks like you have your answer. if you are are deferred adjudication probation up to 20 years if you are on regular probation up to 4 years.
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