My husband was told he failed MORE than 11 drug tests but we are sure he didn't. They revoked his probation, sent him back to jail for 90 days, he got out, got a job, the p.o sends him to drug classes and he loses the job. This is actually the second job he missed out on. He got one the same day he was arrested. The p.o lied to him and tricked him up there to get arrested. I am drawing up a Habeas corpus and he will sue
No, probation is not double jeopardy. Probation is an alternative to jail. If he does not want to abide by the terms and conditions of probation, ask the judge to revoke the probation and send him to jail. As to "drawing up" a habeas. Unless you are an attorney, you cannot file it. It is the unauthorized practice of law. He can file it pro-se. As to suing someone, some attorney will probably take the case, if you can put alot of money up front.
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