Q: The issue at hand involves an individual on parole who has medical issues preventing compliance with terms of probation.
Female found unresponsive and resuscitated from days of extreme carbon monoxide poisoning, male counterpart deceased, medical records indicate mental conditions as a result, not including the effects of her loss.
**female, not long after, arrested, charged and jailed for wreckless driving, served 1.5 years in prison and now serving 2 years probation.**
Due to employment, health and communication issues, probationary terms had not been fully met, resulting in female turning herself in for a jail sanction. Employment, health and communication issues continue, and another, longer jail sentence is being asked for.
The female is not and will not be able to satisfy the court without continuously being thrown in jail for being unwell. This cycle will seemingly continue.
Female is a Massachusetts resident under probation through both MA and New Hampshire. New Hampshire is seeking the sanctions.
A: This is a very case specific matter. It is vital that she have an attorney who knows all the facts and background to help. This is not something I would try to provide an answer or even any ideas about online. Contact a defense attoreny near where she has court who is licensed in both MA and NH. Good luck.
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