For a probation violation! He had court today on this and they continued it to next Tuesday because his lawyer wants to get it in front of a nicer judge so maybe he will cut some of his time. Most likely he will go for 30 to 45 days. His sentence he violated was 45 days. What kills me is that he actually was violated because he pled guilty to traffic offenses back in August! He was in jail at that time and why they couldnt revoke him then is beyond me. He stayed in jail then for almost a month anyway before we bailed him out...lol. I have a sneaky feeling that he may be gone longer than he thinks though because he has court on the first of April for possession...and then the seventh for all his felonies combined into one big case. I would bet the farm they will add time. Funny thing is that when he was in jail a few weeks ago they assessed him for mental health problems and sent him a letter after he got out telling him that they were worried about his mental health status...lmao. His case manager called the house to see if he was still in jail so she could go visit him...lol. I have called her to tell her to clear her calendar so she can visit him this time!