My Boyfriend Is Incarcerated On These Charges?
I reposted your question to Criminal law. You may have to check with the court itself to try to find out what the charges are.
Call the court and ask the clerk. They should be able to tell you. If not, you may have to contact a local criminal defense attorney to look into it.
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To answer your question, someone would need to look in the actual court file in each case. The only thing which can be ascertained from the case numbers is that one case (the "CR" case) has at least one felony charge, and the "T" case is abut a traffic violation of some kind.
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