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Wanted to know abt the 3-5 days should be probation hold

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Wanted to know abt the 3-5 days should be probation hold lefted and is it against the law for them to bring the pass to the court room after he did his time for the pass he did five yes for it also can they still serve u a warrant while in there for the new charges mean while his court is not until September and the new charges he got BC of a misunderstanding
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Customer: replied 2 months ago.
Is it right for them to take him to his probation arrangement before they serve him the warrant while he is in concerated ????
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Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 2 months ago.
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Yes, they can take him to his probation hearing before or after serving the warrant and they can still continue to hold him for these new charges. As long as the charges exist, the order in which they do this does not matter, because they have the right to continue to detain him on those charges I am afraid.

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