Your post isn't real clear. If he has accepted the plea offer and the court has accepted it then there should not be a trial. Your husband should have an attorney and should ask these questions of that attorney. If he doesn't have an attorney then you should find one asap who can try and get in front of this before its to late. It may already be to late. Good luck.
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If your husband "took a plea bargain," then th Court won't hold a Trial. It's either one or the other. What he probably has is the Sentencing Hearing. That's where the Judge decides whether he hets prison/jail,.a fine, both, or maybe Probation. The Judge gets to sentence him because he plead out in the Ple Bargain, instead of going all the way to a Jury Trial.
I hope this answers your questions and that you maybe understand the process a little more now. Good luck to your husband!
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