My question involves criminal law for the state of: Nebraska
Has anyone had experience with the constant continuation of a trial? My ex's trial got pushed to February and was supposed to be Dec. This is the third time. First it was Aug but his lawyer said he didn't have enough time to talk to him about the case. Then it was Oct. That got pushed to Dec because he had a sanction on his probation and had to do 21 days. He didn't even tell me it got pushed I looked on the court calendar.
My only concern is I was the moron who bailed him out back in March and I should have (hindsight is 20/20) left his dumbass in there. Is it usual to get so many? My thought is his probation ends in Feb from a different case out of state so maybe his lawyer got it continued for that somehow? I don't know he hasn't answered me and if he doesn't I'll see what the county attorney can tell me. I just want it done and get that money back. I knew it was stupid - I tell myself that every day. I told myself it was stupid the day I did it. He had been sober, functioning like an adult, working, paying child support and bills, going to meetings and so on. I did not think he would relapse the night I bailed him out.
Lesson learned for anyone else thinking of bailing someone out - don't do it. No matter the crime. Let them sit.