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My husband violated probation for the second time. Misdemeanor sentence. hes original sentence is 1 to 7. his violation was failure to appear. whats the max he could get?

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My husband violated probation for the second time. Misdemeanor sentence. hes original sentence is 1 to 7. his violation was failure to appear. whats the max he could get?



D. None of the above. ???


Seriously, we have no way of knowing. This is a question best asked of his PO. But since this is his second violation, it sounds like your husband didn't learn the first time. Maybe his (and yours?) New Year's resolution could be to man up and make better choices/decisions?


Hopefully the PO can facilitate some "thinking time" for your husband so he can ponder the seriousness of the situation.

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Joined today. Skeleton profile. First post. This type of question sure seems to pop up often. I think you are him. Makes some phone calls and axe.

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What has me confused is that in the state of Michigan, the BIGGEST misdemeanor is for 2 years and the is a high court (circuit court) misdemeanor.  Everything else are felonies so to hear 1 to 7 to me sounds like felony status offender. . . . .not misdemeanor.  Yes I know different states have different penalties. . . . but for us, except for those very few high court misdemeanors, a misdemeanor is a year or less.


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What has me confused is that in the state of Michigan, the BIGGEST misdemeanor is for 2 years and the is a high court (circuit court) misdemeanor.  Everything else are felonies so to hear 1 to 7 to me sounds like felony status offender. . . . .not misdemeanor.  Yes I know different states have different penalties. . . . but for us, except for those very few high court misdemeanors, a misdemeanor is a year or less.


 


No it is a midemeanor because he plead guilty to seven due to seven cases of false pretenses. so he has seven misdemeanors the way his probation explained to me today when he was getting arrested.. so he can face up to seven years due to those seven misdemeanorrs he plead guilty to. if that makes sense


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Joined today. Skeleton profile. First post. This type of question sure seems to pop up often. I think you are him. Makes some phone calls and axe.


 


no i am his wife. he got arrested today and i googled sites that could possibly help me understand stuff better. you can find him under edward jeffers under western regional jail..i just was wondering what his max sentence could be buti think i got it figured out


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My husband violated probation for the second time. Misdemeanor sentence. hes original sentence is 1 to 7. his violation was failure to appear. whats the max he could get?



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No it is a midemeanor because he plead guilty to seven due to seven cases of false pretenses. so he has seven misdemeanors the way his probation explained to me today when he was getting arrested.. so he can face up to seven years due to those seven misdemeanorrs he plead guilty to. if that makes sense



It looks like you answered your own question. But me thinks you already knew that....

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According to your profile when you joined this link you are portraying yourself as a Judge/.attorney and you don't know the answer to this????  Does anybody else see something wrong with this picture???

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how about life and a divorce? seems to me he's on his way to becoming a habitual offender. i would think you as a woman would want and know that you deserve better.

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No it is a midemeanor because he plead guilty to seven due to seven cases of false pretenses. so he has seven misdemeanors the way his probation explained to me today when he was getting arrested.. so he can face up to seven years due to those seven misdemeanorrs he plead guilty to. if that makes sense


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no i am his wife. he got arrested today......... EDITED .......



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My husband violated probation for the second time. Misdemeanor sentence. hes original sentence is 1 to 7. his violation was failure to appear. whats the max he could get?



RAISING HAND TO ASK QUESTIONS:  Out of curiosity, What did he do that put him on probation status to begin with?  In other words, what was the original crime or crimes he was arrested for and subsequently convicted of?  "False Pretenses" is a little vague.  Being convicted and being subsequently placed on probation and knowing (or at least he should have known) that he had terms and conditions of said probation, why did he violate the first time?  Likewise...... Knowing again that he was still under terms and conditions of his probation, why did he violate the second time?  Looks to me like you picked a real winner in the Spousal Sweepstakes........ The kind that can't take responsibility for fecal matter.