My question involves criminal law for the state of: Georgia.
A person on probation out of GA has the case transferred to SC, then violates probation by not paying restitution or seeing the PO. GA issues an extriditable warrant but is not able to locate him. This person commits a new felony in SC, is convicted, and serves time, then is transferred to GA to face the probation violation. GA finds him guilty of probation violation. Can the judge give him credit for the time served in SC even though the charge in SC was in no way related to the charge and probation in GA?