Q: Regarding my husbands case. Want to know if he'll be serving a large amount of time ?
Hes been incarserated since feb 2012,charged with PC 664/459,PC 664/211,PC 182(A)(1, snd hes been constanstly going to court in which they always get dismiss, and i believe is also a joint trial with 2 other individuals in which they have priors. Now my husband does not have priors ( clean record). Need to know what to expect if hes mostlikely to serve any county or federal time and estimate of how much.
A: Your husband's lawyer might be a good place to start with your questions, as it appears you are really in the dark.
A: It does not sound like your husbands case is getting dismissed if he is continually going to court. It is impossible to predict what kind of time he might serve. Please talk to your husband's lawyer and ask him or her to bring you up to speed on the status of the case and potential exposure.
A: Attempted burglary and attempted robbery are serious charges, however with the count of conspiracy there is no way of knowing what role your husband is alleged to have played in the crime and it certainly says nothing about the strength of the evidence. You need to call your husband's lawyer and direct your questions to him or her.
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