My boyfriend has two classes iv felonies of controlled substance and he got kicked out of the arch,1/2 house failed a ua with alcohol, and was supposed to go to the 3/4 House but didn't and didn't show up at court got arrested and kicked out of the 3/4 house .
Ultimately that will be up to Judge based on evidence and facts presented by prosecutor and defended by attorney representing your boyfriend. On your facts, there appears to be communication breakdown between boyfriend and attorney. Was he represented or still represented? Restore that communicatio, preferably in writing, if they are non-responsive or look for another attorney that responds and does what is being asked
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Judges have certainly surprised me in the past with sentencing rulings. The likelihood, though, depends on the factors you listed as well as many factors which you probably should not post on the internet. My advice would be to contact an attorney and have them interview your boyfriend at least once. Probation determinations are made off of many different pieces of information, much of which seems irrelevant but is very useful in determining probation eligibility and fitness.
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