I have a friend whose Social Security Disability has been stopped 30 months ago, because she has an outstanding warrant in Holland, MI. The police were kind enough to reply and say it entailed: "My friend stealing personal items from a nurse at a hospital.
Susan Jonas (the Judge in the case) said the crime was larceny. Above you said the statute of limitations is six years. The warrent was issued in 1999.
The say the pick range is 25, 50, or 100 miles from Holland, MI. If the warrant was issued in 1999, wouldn't the case be dropped? They will not extradite her from Colorado.
SSI states if the crime falls under the following: non-violent, non-drug related and non-extraditable she can appeal to get her SSDI back plus 30 months of back pay ($18,000).
She is currently homeless and pennyless, and can't get to Michigan unless one of you truck drivers will drive her there. (Ha, Ha).
How can we resolve this matter? Do you feel it is in the hands of SSI now?