Wat to do if after being charged numerous times with violation of a restraining order, the last charge was enhanced to an habitual felony?

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Wat to do if after being charged numerous times with violation of a restraining order, the last charge was enhanced to an habitual felony?

I was sentenced to the maximum presumptive range of 3 years of which I served all of it. I am being forced to complete 2 years of parole in addition to my sentence. I want to know if my sentence with parole exceeds what fed standards say are acceptable. In other words, do I have merit in requesting to be released from the remainder of my parol?

Asked on March 17, 2013 under Criminal Law, Colorado

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

Given the complicated nature of the matter that you have written about you need to retain a criminal defesne attorney to review in detail your criminal file where your ended up having a conviction. Upon review of such with an analysis for credit for time served an answer to your question can be had.


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