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Loan amount limit $350
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  • Ok so my fiancĂ© was arrested yesterday afternoon on 2 old warrants out of Minnesota. We currently reside in Wisconsin. A little detail surrounding the charges..one was for Possession of burglary tools which is a felony. That was because it was 8-9pm at night and he was walking home and cut thru a neighborhood and someone called the police stating that there was a suspicious person in the area with a backpack on. So they found him walking and searched him and all they found was the back pack with the tools and his other personal belongings. And charged him for that..which is a crock and he should've fought it but his public defender told him that if he fought it it would take longer so he did not. Also I might add that at the time his English was not very good. So he didn't understand a lot of things that went on during the court. Next charge was for 3rd degree sale of Narcotics. (please do not judge or bash, he was young barely 21yrs old at the time of all this and he was just making a bunch of mistakes, he is now almost 30). So that's his charges. Alright so he got released on bond there back in 2004. He left the jail and never looked back. I guess he did have a future court date but did not show. He left and came here to Wisconsin where he met me about 3 or 4 months later. And we've been together ever since. We also have children now..and he has a great job. He hasn't caught any new chargers for anything during these 8 years that he's been out of Minnesota. Yesterday however we were somewhere where a couple were arguing and fighting pretty bad. Someone called the police and when they pulled up my hubby was putting the baby in the carseat and a cop ran up on him thinking that he was the culprit and just surprised him...caught him offguard so when he was asked his name and birthdate he gave out his real birthdate and real lastname..but he used a fake first name..well not to fake its a nickname he goes by..anyhow he was arrested. I guess his info on the warrants was in the database. Ok. So today he had an initial appearance here in our state..for the extradition but because a public defender hadn't had time to really talk to him they moved the court date up to this Thursday. I stood and asked the judge if there was anyway he would allow my fiancĂ© to be out on bond and the district attorney spoke up and said that she wouldn't feel comfortable with him having a low bond, and to be reassured that he would go to Minnesota to take care of the warrants she would request a $100,000 dollar cash bond! So were screwed there. I mean rapists get lower bonds that that..geez. Any how I called over to Minnesota to find out more detail and was told that the warrants are "Body Only" warrants because he failed to show up at that one court date. So my question is...does anyone have any idea of what will happen once he's back?? I did speak with one lawyer..who said that once he's back he'll go to court and be sentenced, he could receive the probation and what not all over again. Or he could just get jail time. So does anyone have any experience with something like this..maybe something similar?? I'm hoping and praying that he will be allowed to start over. He left to begin with because of all the bad influence there and he was just trying to get away from trouble. mean I guess I never heard of sentencing someone without them actually being there. But they do I guess its called, In Absentia,. Usually like where I'm from, if you don't show to court its called bail jumping..and you get a warrant put out for you. Then when your caught you go back to court to finish up the process. So any ideas out there would be mighty helpful. Like I said he has no new charges for anything, and he's been on a straight path since leaving there. Well thankyou in advance for any info.
  • As a bond jumper he will suffer the full penalty of the law. Probably a couple of years in the slammer
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