So I'm out on a mcr bond it was my first charge ever im charged with trafficking heroin trafficking weed well I'm supposed to call in everyday to see if i have to drug text well for over two weeks now everyday i call they couldnt find my name on the list and well today i call in and they say i have to come in and pee well u have to have a I.d to show when u come pee well I dont have a I.d and I didnt have the 35 dollars for the drug test as well that is 55 dollars i needed to come up before 330 because thats when they take the last drop plus on top of having to find the 55 dollars to get a I.d pay for drug test i always needed to find a ride well long behold I didnt make it to pee so I plan on calling my pretrail office in the morning but I'm wondering how long I will go to jail for for not showing up too pee today any information would greatly appreciated im in Kentucky by the way again thank you for taking your time out to read this hope to hear back from you soon.
Yes, you can certainly be sent to jail for violating the requirements of your pretrial release. If you are on random drug testing and don't get tested when requested that can be a violation. You are doing the correct action by calling pre-trial and you should obtain your own test as well immediately. If Pre-trial informs the Court, the Judge can revoke your bond and have you stay in jail until your charges are resolved. These are serious felony charges and you are looking at years in prison. You need to also hire a criminal defense attorney immediately who can keep you properly informed of the requirements to remain out on bond as well as properly defending your case.
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I agree with Larry. You need to get tings straight with pre-trial and get your testing done. You should also be discussing this with YOUR attorney. If you do not have and attorney, hire one.
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