`he failed to to the to do the orientatation the 1st time got picked up on the warrant then didnt show up for the orientation again will he have to do a large amount of time if he turns himself in
Let me explain something to you. Your boyfriend is flushing his golden ticket out of having a criminal record down the toilet!
He needs to get an attorney to help him get re-enrolled so he can get his life together!
Feel free to call me for a free consultation.
He's got up to 4 years hanging over his head. If he's found in violation, the judge can impose any or all of that time.
Will he get time? It doesn't look good for him since he failed to do what he was ordered to do twice, but it all depends on the facts of the case, what potential explanation he has, whether or not he's had other violations or issues, etc.
The longer the warrant stays active, the worse it looks for him. It's also worse if he gets arrested on the warrant vs. dealing with it.
Probation is a privilege, not a right, and he is now at the mercy of the court. Hiring an attorney to quickly address this issue will give your boyfriend the chance to develop the best strategy to effectively present himself to the court and avoid having the book thrown at him.
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