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donna b

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My ex-husband is currently on probation for threat to kill with a weapon, with criminal intent. This was in lieu of 6 and 1/2 years taken as a plea bargain. Today he was found guilty of violation of the restraining order. I want to know if this will violate his probation, and what the procedure will be. This took place in Gloucester County, New Jersey.
 


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Attorney_Replogle

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Generally one of the conditions of being on probation is that the defendant violate no laws. One law is to not violate a restraining order such as in this case. Whether the court will remand him to jail or let him stay on probation, I don't know. You should speak with his probation officer or the court about it.

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Mark B. Replogle
 
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donna b

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Thank you for your prompt reply. I have spoken to the victim/witness office and was told that I would be up to the probation officer to decide whether or not to violate his probation. She has been very lenient with him in the past and I fear that I have wasted yet another day in court persuing this matter. I have been victim to this man repeatedly and I am concerned that if he is not punished that this will continue. If you could offer me some guidance as to more effective routes I would very much appreciate your efforts. Thank you again for you information. <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Attorney_Replogle:
Generally one of the conditions of being on probation is that the defendant violate no laws. One law is to not violate a restraining order such as in this case. Whether the court will remand him to jail or let him stay on probation, I don't know. You should speak with his probation officer or the court about it.

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Attorney_Replogle

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You may want to try consulting with a criminal defense attorney to see if your state has any anti-stalker type laws. I think this might apply in your situation. You can find an attorney near you at attorneypages

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Mark B. Replogle
 

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