husband was on a monitor but was allowed to go to work & He p.o. was aware of times he was coming back home. but he still put a warrant out for he's arrest.
You really do not state what the violation is. From what you have written it appears to be a curfew violation. If his PO knew he was working these hours then it would seem a warrant should not issue if it was agreed to by the PO - but if your husband was getting back way past the hour the PO thought he should have been home from work by - thus the warrant. Ultimately the judge will decide.
Hire him a criminal defense attorney quickly. If he is found to be in violation of his probation, he could be facing a significant amount of prison time, depending on the original offense and the terms of probation.
What was the warrant for? Did his monitor indicate he was not where he was supposed to be? Any violation of the terms and conditions of parole or probation can get the parole/probation revoked and result in incarceration. Good legal counsel can assist greatly in this area. We simply do not have enough information here to determine the chances of his return to prison or when/if he will parole back out, etc.
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