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I plead guilty to two charges and was sentenced to 120 days in which I am presently serving. I received a letter stating I have a hearing on these charges. I don't understand. Will you please explain this to me?
I suspect that your sentence includes other conditions, such as restitution, deferred sentencing obligations, or evidence of a drug or alcohol counseling or program. You should talk to your attorney and determine if you have not complied fully with the Court's sentencing order.See question
In 2002 I was 21 years old and was charged with forgery, theft by deception and burglary. These were all non violent and was me stealing checks that I forged and cashed. I was sentenced to 1 and a 1/2-18 years. I served my 1.5 in NH state prison ...
NH has an annulment process and you are not automatically ineligible for annulment because you have more than one felony. If your record reveals no additional convictions, you are eligible for annulment five years after the date on which you complete your sentence, which includes the payment of restitution. Pay the restitution off and wait five years, then file.See question