My husband has 2 charges he been in jail for 2 months already his 1st charge is avoid and and arrest in motor vehicle detention but he was also on probation for it,. 2nd charge is family violence of occlusion but see the family violence happend with his ex and see it did not happen at all , if the family violence gets dropped then how much time will he be looking at , will he be able to get back on probation or house arrest or time served,.
This is a complicated question that really needs reference to the attorney(s) handling his cases, but if the Evading is a state jail felony, the range is 180 days to 2 years in a state jail having to do 80% of his time, while if it is a 3d degree felony the range is 2 to 10 years. Whether he will be able to remain on probation is the complicated part as it will involve undeterminable intentions of parties involved, i.e., probation officers, prosecutors, judges, and maybe even his own counsel. At any rate, it is certainly possible.
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