If the probation included a condition that the restitution must be paid before the end of probation, the answer is "yes." The state must file a motion to revoke probation before the probation ends. The judge would then decide what to do. If you have made efforts to pay, you would likely...Read more »
Until the warrant is served or recalled. Arrest warrants are served by arresting the person. A criminal defense attorney can file a motion to recall a warrant and a judge might choose to recall the warrant under some circumstances.
The maximum sentence for class B felony charges is 10 years in prison. If both charges stem from the same criminal act (stealing the gun and then possessing the same gun) then the sentences would need to be concurrent, meaning you might get 10 years on each but they are served at the same time. If...Read more »
This is a very serious situation. The most basic condition of probation is to show up for your scheduled check ins. The amount of time left on probation does not have much to do with the severity of the violation. In Maine Criminal Courts, any violation can result in the person serving the...Read more »
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