If you do 6 months in jail for a 1 to 5 get out on probation then abscound for two years without picking up any new charges then decide its time to turn your self in how much time are you most likely guna serve
If you were required to serve the first six month in the county and then were revoked you still face the one to five sentence. If the Court revokes you on the underlying sentence your attorney could attempt to negotiate the six months as credit against your minimum term. You need an attorney to get you the best possible result if you are going to surrender.
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I agree with Cal. Legally you are still facing the original 1-5 year sentence minus credit for time served if you have your probation revoked. You definitely need an attorney. You need to offer some kind of explanation for why you abscounded and what you were doing during that time period. It is good that you did not pick up any new criminal charges. How long did you comply with probation before you left? Were you working? Were you helping to suport your family. Were you ill? What were the original charges? I need to know all these things to give you better advice. I would suggest a private consultation.
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