No more marijuana and alcohol for Jenelle, who’s trying to get her life back on track! Her probation tests have all come back negative, HollywoodLife.com learns — good for you, Jenelle!
“She has also almost completed her community service hours,” Dustin continues. “She has done extremely well with probation — doing everything required of her.”
But on May 6, Jenelle is expected to appear in Brunswick County, N.C. district court to deal with charges of breaking and entering, tresspassing, injury to property and making harassing phone calls stemming from an incident at her former friend Jaelanie Salas‘ home.
“The case is set for final — meaning nobody can continue it except for the judge,” explains Dustin. “We have to deal with it tomorrow.”
“There will be absolutely no plea,” says Dustin. “The charges will be dismissed or the case will go to trial — and the trial would start and most likely finish tomorrow.”
The Honorable Napoleon Barefoot is the judge who will oversee the proceedings — find Jenelle either guilty or innocent. If Jenelle is found guilty, she won’t be thrown behind bars — she just faces the chance of more probation time added onto what she already has — plus whatever else the judge orders.
“I am prepared for trial, but hoping for dismisal,” says Dustin.
- Lindsey DiMattina
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