Not sure what your question is. Sounds like he has three cases and if you are asking about jail time because of new charges it is a possibility. He needs a lawyer.
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Get him an attorney. Otherwise, what's your question?
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He definitely needs a private attorney. He has 2 459 Burglary charges. That could mean 2 additional "strikes" under Three Strikes on his record.
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Practicing throughout Southern California
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Your boyfriend needs an attorney. If you and he can afford private counsel, then you should speak with a few. Many of us who regularly practice in San Bernardino offer payment plans, which tends to help with the fees. If there is no way to hire a private attorney, he will have a public defender appointed by the judge at each of his different hearings. The DA will likely try to keep all of his cases together, and try them together. This is something his attorney will need to fight if he takes the cases to trial, as often several weak cases become a strong case upon consolidation. Good luck!
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