What Does Jacs- Modification of probation mean?
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Charges will not run concurrently unless the second (later in time) Judge specifically Orders that the sentences be run concurrently with one another.
I don;t know what the "6/29 there will be a jacs- modification of probation hearing" will involve. Whatever relief the motion seeks is what will be discussed and presumably resolved. If concurrent sentencing was requested then that will be addressed on 6/29.
If she has a scheduled hearing in one county and is being housed in another then smart money would be to file a motion seeking an order to transport. (In Court a good rule of thumb is to assume nothing and plan for everything.)
If you wanna help then hire her a lawyer. If she already has a lawyer then seek her formal permission to speak to her lawyer. Only her lawyer can dispel your confusion.
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