All charges on my husband case are cleared and he received probation now they are trying to separate the charge with a probation violation they are saying because he pleaded guilty to a tpo violation and the courts are saying because he pleaded guilty they are trying to violate his probation and are saying it's a different case but they also have it under the case number. Is this possible
Sounds like a complicated situation. Your husband should retain a criminal defense attorney immediately.
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Yes, it is possible - common even - to face both: (1) fresh charges on the new case, and (2) a motion to revoke based on a violation of probation from an old case. One of the conditions of parole is always "good behavior," which means no new charges for a period of months or years. Probation can be revoked at any time until the person on probation as completed the entire term or been discharged early from probation.
Your husband needs to seek representation from a criminal defense attorney who practices regularly in his area of the state.
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