Ma bf go t locked up in march for burgualry 2 degree f n he still in jail they have no evidence n when I look him up they say he have another case co zt court Oder wats that
Sounds like a warrant or a hold such as a parole hold or warrant from another state.
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It will be very difficult for any lawyer participating in this forum to answer your question based on the limited information provided. I suggest that you immediately contact an attorney that frequently represents other criminal defendants housed in the same jail as your boyfriend. Perhaps that attorney will be familiar with the system in which you are looking up your boyfriend. If there truly isn't any evidence supporting the complaint, then a local attorney should be able to discuss trial strategy and procedure with your boyfriend.
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I agree that this sounds like he is being held on a previous warrant for something else. Check with his attorney.
If he's locked up, you need to let people know where he is locked up, because different authorities have different ways of writing these things down. For example, the State prison follows different guidelines than the city or county or the Federal prison. That abbreviation could mean anything, and it will depend upon who is saying it, and who issued the order.
I agree with my colleague that it is likely that your bf had outstanding warrants for his arrest on other charges and/or is being held for a probation or parole violation or for extradition to another jurisdiction (out of state). My bet is that this is a parole violation if he has ever been in jail before.
I wouldn't hope for his release any time soon, because it seems he is in deep trouble.
Tell him to get himself a good criminal defense attorney right away if he does not have one. If he has one, speak to his attorney.
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