An experienced lawyer can assist in surrendering her on the warrant and minimize the risk of her being jailed or posting a bond. ONCE she takes care of the warrant, the attorney can assist in negotiating a resolution with the prosecutor's office. It is unclear if she is being charged with a felony or misdemeanor, but in either case, the theft is a crime of moral turpitude and will follow her around. You really need to fight the case at this stage to minimize the risk of a conviction and...
If you are charged with a new felony while on release for another felony, you will be non-bondable on the new matter. As for the old matter, the court can keep the bond, but that is not likely as one of the conditions was to remain law abiding.
You can fight your probation violation, but you better have experienced counsel to raise the defense. You do not indicate if the probation is for a felony or misdemeanor. I really can't provide any other information.
The issue is whether he new or SHOULD HAVE KNOWN that the ring was stolen at the time he possessed it. I can't address the strength of his defense without reviewing the case. Please review my website and give a call.
WRONG.........You must request the hearing or you will lose your license for one year. Request the hearing TIMELY. If the cop fails to show, you win your license back. It may be subsequently suspended if you lose in court, but it won't be for the mandatory year for the refusal.
If the cop appears, you should likely not testify. Why give the state more evidence? Just let the cop tell his story and live the penalty if ordered.
In Arizona, if you are convicted of a felony and have one prior felony, you are not eligible for probation....the only sentence is prison. Retaining experienced counsel may allow for plea negotiations to keep him out of prison.
It is a misdemeanor.... with no priors you are facing a criminal record. Jail may be from Zero days to 6 months. You could receive a fine up to $2500 and be placed on probation with counseling.
There may be other ways to resolve this matter. You should consider retaining counsel to discuss your options.
The answer depends on the policies of the prosecutor in North Dakota. The bottom line is that if you violated probation, you will have a warrant. In many locations, once a warrant issues, your driving license may be suspended AND you could have issues with other government assistance. You should contact your original attorney in North Dakota for advice.