Parole is never guaranteed and it depends on many factors other than just your charges. Your chances of parole are good if you have no prior record, you are not convicted of violent offenses and you have had good behavior and taken advantage of classes in prison.
What are you asking. If it’s just shoplifting and it’s a low amount typically they would not ask you to do 10 days. They would also not come to your home and break in to try to arrest you. If there are more circumstances or a higher dollar amount those steps are possible. I would hire an...Read more »
The only person that is under a court restriction in an EPO case is the respondent. You can use these attempts to contact you at a hearing but you should not contact her back under any circumstances. If you hire an attorney they can contact her.
If you are the petitioner and you are being contacted by the respondent and you can prove the contact you need to go to the county attorneys office or call the police. If there is an active EPO and a person is contacting you that is a new misdemeanor charge of violating an EPO.
It is unlikely that you would go to jail for this offense especially if you have no prior record. An attorney may be able to get the charge dropped in exchange for community service. You should reach out to the Public Defender if you cannot afford private counsel.
It is extremely rare that he will go to jail on an offense like this with no record. The only way you could risk jail is if you missed a court date. If you hire an experienced attorney they should be able to help you get through this process fairly quickly.
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