Will my wife’sPO find out if she was just arrested under her married name and she is on probation under her maiden name?

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Will my wife’sPO find out if she was just arrested under her married name and she is on probation under her maiden name?

My wife has been on probation since 01/09 for several 2008 arrests. We were not married at the time and the PO doesn’t know she was married and still has her maiden name. She was rearrested a couple weeks ago (2 class d felonies for identity theft and 3 midemeanors, class a for criminal impersonation and class b and c for larceny). She was rearrested under her married name. She has not heard anything yet from her PO. Will she find out since its under her married name and if so how long will she be put away for? Her probation was for 3 years so this January would be 2 years completed.

Asked on November 16, 2010 under Criminal Law, Connecticut

Answers:

M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 10 years ago | Contributor

You wife needs to hire an atttorney as soon as she can in your area.  The prosecutors and the probation department are going to figure out that she is the one person involved in all these matters. Her prints will pop up as well as her date of birth, etc.  Be prepared that her probation will most probably be revoked and she will be sentenced for the prior offenses and for the new offenses, should she be convicted.  It is not a pretty situation. And she needs help with all of these issues.  I would also be concerned about sentencing guidelines and repeat offender status.  Good luck to you with it all. 


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