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Reviewed on: April 17,2016

My husband was to be granted parole but caught another charge while in jail, what would a new charge do to that?

I've been with my husband for 8 years and in that 8 years he's been in an out now he's back in... He was going to be granted parole but caught another charge while in jail, he had 5 year paper for 2 cases, what would a new charge do to that? I mean would that mean he will get revoked on all probation he was on and be granted the 5 yrs on each case?

Asked: February 27,2016
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The new charge is just going to add more time and more paper. The new charge will most likely kill any chance of probation. It could get messy depending on how the pre-sentence report reads and what mood the judge is in. He could choose to be really tough as this keeps happening. The more charges an offender racks up, the deeper the judge goes into the sentencing guidelines. This is figured on a point system and criminal history is a main component.
Accepted Answer Date Created: February 28,2016