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No matter how many violations you get? Or any added misdemeanor charges ? such as DUI, resisting arrest and hit and run of property
The amount of time actually served on a custodial sentence in California depends on the current offense, and the offender's past record (if any).
Law Offices of David Shapiro
3555 4th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92103
No all sentences get 2 for 1 good time credits. Depending on the charges some crimes require 70-80% of time. As for violations, can be sentenced to whatever remainder of imposed time was.
I will be happy to speak with you at no cost with a FREE phone consultation if you have a San Diego or California matter. Please call my office at 619-238-1905 or visit my website at www.lawofficeofwilliamdaley.com
This is too complicated of a question with too many unknown variables for any of us to give you a thorough answer here. I strongly suggest consulting with a local criminal defense attorney. Good luck.
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