She put warrants out for my original charges if I explain to judge what happen is it possible not to go to prison on a motion to revoke
answered on Jan 6, 2020
You can't get the warrant withdrawn all by yourself. Call you attorney and approach in court with him to explain yourself. Expect to be drug and alcohol tested, so be clean. Also bring a death certificate and maybe the funeral information for the Judge. Sorry for your loss.
Said all natives and forineners should die
answered on Jul 21, 2019
Thank you for sharing.
Hope you reported it to the police and your employer
Hello, I am LPR, I am currently a student, I have a misdemeanor for simple possession of 2 oz or less marijuana(Jan 2016), max sentence is 1 year in SD. I received suspended imposition of sentence with no probation. This is my first offense, there is no offense ever since as well. I want to visit... Read more »
answered on Mar 12, 2018
Yes. The maximum amount you can possess is 30 grams, and 2oz is closer to 50 grams. If you leave you will likely have trouble returning to the US.
persons were in 6 year relationship and have recently split and female is false reporting
answered on Nov 5, 2016
What is your question?
I was convicted of possession with intent to distribute while I was going to college in Albuquerque NM. The school I was going to was a Federal Native American College. The security guard said he stopped me because "smoke was rolling out of my windows" when I was pulling on to the campus.... Read more »
answered on Nov 2, 2015
Probably not at this stage. Perhaps you should have a full discussion with a post conviction relief attorney in Albequerque
answered on Oct 18, 2015
You asked this in the criminal law forum. It is not a basic legal question, but one that requires research. Go see a local attorney.
Suspect was pleaded out in return for states evidence and no jail time on counsels' advice but nothing became of it, did do 4month and 3yr probation plus restitution 5,000 is this a violation of right to counsel?
answered on Oct 13, 2015
It is probably too late to complain about this now. But go see a local criminal defense attorney to have a full discussion and figure out what options you might have.
Husband is in South Dakota state penitentiary who needs help with this case
answered on Aug 26, 2015
What is a lawful Reminds office? You probably need to go see a criminal defense attorney about this.
Has any wife been convicted in South Dakota of raping her husband? My friend is wondering if this has happened as it would give him a good idea of whether to tell his divorce attorney of how his wife keeps sneaking into the house and trying to rape him while he's sleeping.
answered on Aug 25, 2015
Your question requires legal research to answer. He should be willing to tell his attorney about it whether any wife has been convicted or not. Why is it that you are asking instead of him?
a no contact order has been implimented via the parole offficer (can have 3rd party contact and it is not court ordered) the individual was found at our residence 9 days after missing a pbt and now has to take up lodging at a location other than our home.
answered on Aug 24, 2015
You are not going to get a list of things that a parole officer cannot do here. That would require a lot of research, it is not just a basic legal question. Hire an attorney for this.
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