Louisville, KY asked in Criminal Law for Kentucky

Q: If a judge accepts a motion does that mean I'm getting out of jail?

My husband has been on hip for 2 months now and been reporting to his PO every Wednesday since he been on hip . He went to report the other day and they drug tested him for the first time and he failed the test and they locked him up . His pd put n a motion to see about getting him back out on hip and the judge accepted his motion .. does that mean that he will get out of jail?

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Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: No. It means that the judge will look at the motion and then make a decision as to whether you’re staying in jail or getting out of jail.

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