We're waiting to see if be picked up extra charges in new mexico during the arrest. I would like to know either with or without new charges if he can serve the time in new mexico instead of being extradited. And/ or if he can do his probation in new mexico
answered on Mar 7, 2021
As far as serving probation out of Minnesota in New Mexico? No.
Transferring supervision of probation to another state is is something that must be brought up with your Minnesota probation officer, if your boyfriend is placed back on probation. There are rules regarding supervision of... Read more »
Conviction date was 06/2015. I was sentenced to 1 year probation. I successfully completed probation in 06/2016. Does my attorney need to file for dismissal or is it automatically dismissed after 4 years?
answered on Oct 23, 2020
There is usually an Order of Release on Conditional Discharge with is submitted by the probation officer and signed by the judge. That order closes the case and relieves the probation officer from continued supervision in the case. The record of adjudication will remain.
The only way to... Read more »
or can I handle it over the phone from here
answered on Oct 19, 2020
The general rule is that when a warrant is issued it will be designated as extraditable or non-extraditable. When a non-extraditable warrant is issued, it generally means that if the individual is arrested in the state where it was issued, police will arrest him. However, if the person is found... Read more »
answered on Mar 20, 2020
You will need to sit down and talk with an attorney to review, assess and advise on any specific case. He/she would need to review the specifics of the plea agreement that placed the person on probation as well as the specifics of any new allegations. The attorney would also need to know the... Read more »
If someone violates their probation, and it's not caught until after the probation period is over can they court issue a warrant or is there a statue of limitation on that?
answered on Mar 4, 2020
I would recommend that you talk directly to an attorney who can review and assess the specifics of the case. I will offer a very generic answer given the following assumed facts:
1. In New Mexico State court
2. The probationer is an adult
3. The probationary period... Read more »
I didnt get into any trouble in 2017
I have a feeling that I'm getting railroaded
answered on Jan 25, 2020
I do not believe there is a way to answer your question without actually reviewed your specific order. In general, a pretrial order establishes deadlines for discovery, motions, interviews (if in state court), plea deadlines and other deadlines in preparation for moving the case towards trial.... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2020
There is not a mandatory minimum sentence for Aggravated Fleeing in N.M. state court. It is a fourth degree felony punishable by a maximum of 18 months in custody and/or $5,000 fine.
answered on Dec 1, 2019
I believe what you are asking is related to DWI charges? If that is correct then the answer to the general question is yes. Prior DWIs do not “expire” or become unusable after ten years. Assuming that the state can present proper evidence of the prior. There are also ways to collaterally... Read more »
I thought that charge was a 4 th degree felony?
answered on Oct 17, 2019
Possession of a Controlled Substance (Meth), pursuant to NMSA 1978, Section 30-31-23 (A) and (E) is a fourth degree felony. A fourth degree felony is punishable by a maximum of eighteen months in prison and/or $5,000.00 fine. However, a person facing this charge MAY qualify for twelve month... Read more »
answered on Sep 10, 2019
In both District and Magistrate court, the defendant has a right to complete discovery which includes all statements. In addition, the defendant has a right to complete a witness interview of the state's witnesses prior to trial. Good luck.
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