Re: False Violations by Po
The only way he is going to get out of jail without posting bail is if a judge releases him (probably unlikely) or if he beats the violation hearings.
If a condition of his probation is that he take prescribed medication as directed, the PO likely has sufficient evidence if he is not doing so. His UA’s may not be “dirty” (showing he is abusing drugs he is not prescribed) but they are likely monitoring the levels of his prescribed medications as well. If those levels are above/below where they should be, that is strong evidence he is in violation.
What are the other 3 violations he is accused of and what “paperwork” do you have to “prove” he did not commit those violations? You have to understand that parole/probation hearings don’t have the same strict rules applicable to criminal trials. Hearsay is admissible evidence. There is not the strict presumption of innocence. And, the burden of proof is not “beyond a reasonable doubt,” but rather a simple preponderance of the evidence. Your husband has already been convicted. So, now the burden is predominately on him to show he is complying with his sentence, and less for the state to show he is not.
Behind the badge is a person. Behind the person is an ego. This is as it should be, person at the center and ego to the back.