I had a probation warrant for a few months for a technical violation, dirty urine. On community control what are my outcomes
1 attorney answer
You already know what we are all going to say...
1) There is no entitlement to bond on a VOP, Judges routinely deny VOP bonds for a variety of reasons (i.e. to sweat the probationer, to make a later plea more likely, to send a message to other probationers, etc.) and one can theoretically sit in jail for months on end waiting for a VOP;
2) Every day that you wait the worse it will get for you;
3) There are no magic internet answers (unless of course you are getting them from the same person who sold Jack his magic beans);
4) If you can't hire private counsel then you'll be appointed counsel when you appear in court; and
5) Your best bet is to find a way to borrow money and hire a lawyer who can negotiate for you, arrange an in-court surrender and possibly avoid booking.
Wishing you good judgment, your family luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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