You need to speak with an attorney, no one can accurately answer your questions here. However, you are on the right path. Call an attorney or two and get a free consultation about your case. That way you'll be able to speak freely about your case as well as get more information.
Jail time may not be an absolute there are alternatives. A lot depends on the nature of the violations.
If you wish you can contact my office for more information.
Avvo is an imperfect medium for addressing your extensive pending criminal matter, especially when your freedom is at stake. I suggest retaining a competent CA attorney without any delay.
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Ventura willl surely pick up on this as you are on formal probation there for a DUI. You need an attorney to help mitigate the jail sentence you might receive. Driving with a suspended license as a result of a DUI automatically comes with a 10 day mandatory sentence. For Ventura, if that is where you had your second DUI, a violation of probation can result in anywhere between 10 - 180 days. Get an attorney.
You may be able to work out what's called a global plea and clear everything at one time, pay a fine or do community service. You must have an attorney though, if not you might cause serious harm to your driving record and/or license. #MeckDWI
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Home confinement may be a possibility. You are right, ordinarily, you'd be facing some jail time, but an experienced attorney may be able to obtain alternative sentencing for you. It is worth your while to call a few attorneys who specialize in this area to receive a proper evaluation about your matter.
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