My Boyfriend was in a car with his friend Saturday and his friend got a DWI. They gave my boyfriend a sobriety check and let him drive home. But gave him a ticket for an open container for an empty bottle under the seat(which was not his as his friend and he explains it to me) . So, Class C mis. citation. He is on parole for prescription fraud. He is obviously violating by being around alcohol. I spoke to a parole attorney who told me that they may not even find out about it and if they did it may not be something they issue a blue warrant for. They may just up his parole visits and level of supervision. He advised me to hire an attorney to dismiss the open container (which he didn't do)and to hope they do not run a check. He put me on the phone with his paralegal and she said she used to be a parole officer and they did not run checks at every visit just if something came up such as an arrest. Is this true? Should we just get it dismissed and hope for the best? Do they not check as this lawyer told me?He has less than two years left to do on a 4 and the thought of him returning is devestating as I'm sure it is to anyone. He doesn't drink and really just put himself into a bad situation Sat. I can attest he works 60+ hours a week and any free time is spent with me and the kids. Stupid choice and bad luck! Any help would be greatly appreciated and not sure what type of attorney to hire yet since there is no revocation yet. And a misdemeanor attorney doesn't know too much about parole.