No way to tell. Cold be anything from more probation to prison. It depends on the facts, the judge and the prosecutor. Hire a lawyer ASAP.
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Dealing in stolen property is a second degree felony punishable by up to 15 years. Obviously with serious charges like this he needs an attorney ASAP.
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Unfortunately it does not look good. Both of my colleagues are correct. Get a local lawyer who can rep him on the pawn broker an cop charges. It could be probation, jail or prison. Depends on too many factors to answer adequately here.
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I agree with the previous answers. It would also be important to know what he was on probation for.
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