Man on probation with outstanding warrant receives significantly reduced sentence for felony evasion WAIVED - Our client, a man with an extensive criminal background, was charged with felony evasion after fleeing from a traffic stop. At the time, he was not only on probation, but he also had a warrant. He was facing a sentence of 3 years in state prison, in addition to an enhanced sentence for the probation violation. Our attorneys were able to secure a deal where the client will only serve 9 months in county jail and will later be placed in a drug rehabilitation program. The court agreed to waive additional punishment for the probation violation and the warrant at issue.