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Here's the thing...My boyfriend with whom I am expecting a child has Violated his probation.He was on for two years for aggravated battery,he was a juvenile at the time. He was arrested the other day because a warrant had been issued for the VOP,he hasn't paid anything but his probation officer saw him regularly up until two months ago,that's when she violated him,he's in jail now and has a public defender,he also has two battery charges coming up that he has pleaded not guilty to(they were supposedly for spitting)Is there any chance that he can get back on to probation,instead of serving time in your opinion considering I am expecting or does that not really matter considering he violated?I'd really appreciate any advice.
 


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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by help please:
Here's the thing...My boyfriend with whom I am expecting a child has Violated his probation.He was on for two years for aggravated battery,he was a juvenile at the time. He was arrested the other day because a warrant had been issued for the VOP,he hasn't paid anything but his probation officer saw him regularly up until two months ago,that's when she violated him,he's in jail now and has a public defender,he also has two battery charges coming up that he has pleaded not guilty to(they were supposedly for spitting)Is there any chance that he can get back on to probation,instead of serving time in your opinion considering I am expecting or does that not really matter considering he violated?I'd really appreciate any advice.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

My response:

I'm sorry, but it doesn't matter. He has demonstrated that he is unable to follow rules, and all of the rules were reviewed with him by the judge. That's what probation is for, and if you fail to follow those simple rules, you go to jail.

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