I have handled a number of Felony Probation Violation Matters as a result of new DUI Case, especially in the Santa Ana Court where your case may be filed, where the Probation Department has asked/demanded for 180 days, but I had arranged for 45 days of custody, including time served while awaitng for the Probation Violation matter to be resolved. In the past, the 45 days had been served prior to the final court hearing to resolve the Probation Violation. Hence, by the time the matter was concluded by the court, no additional jail time was ordered by the judge.
If you cannot hire a criminal defense attorney, then request at your Arraignment Hearing at Public Defender.
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Orange County Criminal Attorney
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Will the judge revoke your probation? Yes. Will you go to prison? Who knows. There are so many factors that could less to prison. Get a pd at your DUI arraignment and tell him/her about your situation.
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He could revoke and reinstate probation because its for a completely different crime, but that isn't always the case.
It is always a good idea to get an attorney for these cases. Some attorneys offer payment plans.
Feel free to give me a call for a full detailed consultation.
It really depends on a lot of factors. However, if you haven't been violated before, the courts may not be ready to throw you in the over crowd prisons when they have to cut back on prison population.
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