Q: A warrant was filed on my husband for failing negative for THC for pretrial program he was arrested what is goi happen
My husband is being accused of Watton endangerment 1st degree (our landlord tried to have a old school vehicle that we previously had permission to be parked in our driveway where we rented towed) we were confused when woke up to the maintenance man knocking on our door saying we'd been notified that it was being towed We immediately went outside to see what was going on my husband had his gun on his hip it was unloaded the clip was in his pocket the maintenance man called the police and said my husband pointed the gun at them and threatened them he did not I was outside the whole time he stood next to the vehicle until the police arrived when they did they had their guns pointed at us he was arrested. He was then indicted on the charge Watton endangerment 1st and use of restricted ammo no shots fired unloaded they offered a plea deal for 3 years felony diversion he was out on bond and they were making him go to This program the judge dropped that if he stayed in collage
A: Your question is a little bit confusing but generally marijuana will result in a bond violation. It’s up to the judge what to do with that violation. I would hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to discuss options with the prosecutor.
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