He has an attorney. I would hope that attorney is doing his job. If you feel the attorney is not you can seek the assistance of another attorney.
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If you are uncomfortable about someone's current DWI lawyer then get a second opinion. The lawyer is supposed to work for you. I believe it's generally better to get someone out of jail if possible and into treatment.
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If his probation was violated then it makes sense that there would be no bail.
Probation is basically a time that the Judge has already found you guilty, found that you should do time in jail, and will allow you to walk free under the conditions of probation. If the probation is found to be violated, (and that is much easier then finding one guilty of a crime), ones finds themselves automatically in jail.
As for your spouse's attorney, it could very well be that you spouse did not authorize the attorney to explain everything the spouse did wrong to you?
This is not legal advice. If order to give you legal advice i would need to see the Tickets and talk to the court first. Good luck:)
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