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If they continue to go ahead with the charges what could happen

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If they continue to go ahead with the charges what could happen and what could be done?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Samuel II replied 5 years ago.



If there are new charges to someone on probation, then not only can his probation be terminated with any suspended sentence imposed, but he also faces whatever penalty for a conviction of a new charge. If he is convicted of a new charge, and his probation is terminated the new sentence can be run concurrent with his suspended sentence. That means at the same time. That is the sole discretion of the court to run it concurrent and not consecutively.


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