Thank you. You see if you read one of your responses you said that while in MN he was already charged and I suppose that is where you may feel that I was not sure of my true and correct information because I was also trying to explain that
If in fact, as you stated, that charge has been filed while he was in MN then the charge is filed. You wrote the followingHe was indeed held under a fugitive from justice charge while sitting in MN awaiting extradition.
But if it was not and the DA does file the charge, it would not be mentioned at either Gagnon hearing. The DA would serve those charges upon the accussed after the hearings not before.
Once the Gagnon hearings are complete and it is determined what will become of the probation violation, then the there would be a Preliminary on the new charge of Fugitive for Justice. The violation has to happen first to support the new charge, you see.
Then there is a plea or a trial
on that new charge. As I stated previoiusly, the DA can recommend in a plea that the sentence for that be run concurrent. If there is no plea, then of course, that would mean the DA has no desire to run the charge concurrent and will be looking for a consecutive sentence.
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