Unfortunately, The PO's have a lot of power. And, if you two marry, he can be violated.
If you were married before he was convicted and placed on probation, that would be different.
I suggest you will need to wait until his sentence is complete.
so after were married he's fine? he could only be violated for meeting me beforehand, is that correct? so if I married him while he was incarcerated its all good?
and the second part of the questionb .... how can he get away from this guy.. .he says he's been lost cause since he was twelve, he shouldn't even have that info. he's followed bus,lied,planted evidence. he's asking for all of his time(4yrs) on his 2nd ptrp w only technical violations. the average is ninety days
and what is the case law that says he can't be violated after were married?
If you were married before the conviction, then they cannot prohibit. If you married while he was incarcerated, that would be debatable. If you marry him now, he can be violated
I cannot provide you caselaw as that is construed as giving legal advice and I am only here to provide clear, true and correct information
If you are not happy with the PO then go to his supervisor and request another PO
All records, even juvenile records, are available to POs, law enforcement, judges and prosecutors
he is the suprevisor. he was also his middle school security guard and tries his best to keep shaun in jail. he was fired from that job for looking up a twelve yr old girls skirt, shaun is one of the few who knows.we live together and our trying to start a family. if we married at the courthouse wouldn't our both being there fall under the building's exemption? ie. court, aa, sober living homes, tx centers etc. where felons are allowed to gather wo getting in trouble?
I am not familiar with the case law. Nor can I provide it for you.
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