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sick and tired

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I have a friend who was caught and arrested for vandalizing a car. He was already on probation for auto theft. Can you tell me what will happen to him now? I haven't been able to get in contact with him or anything so I'm really worried. If it helps, we live in Houston, Texas.
 


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Your friend will be held in jail, not only for the new charges but also for the violation of probation charges. Probation violations are no-bond offenses, meaning he cannot post a bondand be released pending his court appearances. He will beheld until the charges are resolved and he is re-sentenced for the original charges (the ones he was on probation for) as well as for the new charges.
 

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