August 19, 2017

My fiance is being detained right now, until sept.17th. for probation violation. on 17th he will either be sentenced or let go.

Additional Information:

In 2006 attleboro police came to our apartment for a 911 call. My fiance had a seizure. I called 911 and 6-7 police officers showed up as they walked in my apartment they stepped over my fiance whos on floor seizing walked into bedroom. as im telling them i dont want them in my home at all. the continue in. the paramedics did get my fiance consience. when he woke up he had no idea what happened. he thought he fell asleep. the police asked him if he wanted medical attn. he said no. I told him “you had a seizure you need medical attn. he responded “oh i thought i fell asleep, yes i need doctor”police”too late, you already said NO” in dec. 2009 he was sentenced 18mo. probation&18mo.suspended” he violated by not showin up few times.pickedup on warrants,no new charges. what are his chances?

ATTORNEY ANSWER:

Need more information. Depends on his record and his history on probation. Has he been terminated from probation in the past unsuccesfully? Has he faced previous violations on this case? He has only been on probation for 9 months, how long has he been in warrant status? Not sure what relevance the 2006 incident has on his current VOP.

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