Legal Question in Criminal Law in California

violation of prop 36/arrest warrant

i did not go to my pc1000 classes or kept in contact with probation officer what will be the consequence? if an arrest warrant when would a person be arrested?

Asked on 6/08/08, 2:25 am

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Re: violation of prop 36/arrest warrant

You are looking at jail time unless you retain a lawyer, then you may have a chance of reinstatement. Contact me directly.

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Answered on 6/08/08, 12:15 pm
Terry A. Nelson Nelson & Lawless
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Re: violation of prop 36/arrest warrant

You violated probation, you'll be arrested on that as soon as you come in contact with any police or government security agency, you could be arrested anytime if the probation department sends someone to catch you, and you face being sent to jail for the full term originally ordered. If you're serious about dealing with this and minimizing the punishment you face, hire an attorney to turn you in to the court and make the best defense and argument he can to the court. Fell free to contact me if you decide to do so.

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Answered on 6/08/08, 4:02 pm

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