Based on the governor of Virginia giving DOC the ability to release inmates, I am trying to determine if my husband will qualify. His original charge disqualifies him but the probation violation does not. Just trying to figure out which one the will be considering.
Yes, it will show up. You need to talk with his PO or a criminal defense attorney in Virginia Beach. You have to file a motion for a compassionate release.
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