HelloCustomer sorry to hear about your situation. In my experience, this is the scenario of what will happen:
First, the prosecutor is going to ask the court
to revoke your husband's probation, because being charged with new crimes is likely a violation of the conditions of the probation. Your husband will then begin to serve the sentence for the first conviction (or guilty plea).
After that, your husband's attorney will represent him in his felony proceedings (crimes like embezzlement and credit card fraud are felonies in many jurisdictions). If plea negotiations begin per the request of your husband to his attorney, then it is possible that he can have the sentences run concurrent
with the new sentences (i.e. at the same time). It is possible in many jurisdictions.
Also, restitution will likely need to be paid.
Regardless the outcome, your husband needs an attorney
, and I suggest he not speak with any police officers or anyone except that attorney. If you and he cannot afford an attorney, then one can be appointed free of charge from the public defender's office if he asks the court to apply.
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