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  1. I am writing in the hopes of being able to help my girlfriend with a situation that I am partially responsible for, or that I feel some consideration should be given. In 2008, she was on probation on a charge pertaining to drugs. She violated probation by her submitting dirty drug tests. She went to court for the violation and with her attorney by her side she was remanded to custody. Her attorney told me that the judge wanted to hand down an 18 month sentance that was suspended at her original sentance. After some work her attorney had the DA and judge willing to put her in a residential treatment center. I paid to have her transfered to the treatment center but when she was released from custody and should have gone to the program she walked. The more time that went by the worse it got. in January of 2010, I was diagnosed with a Heart Condition that carried a prognosis of 3 years normally. Today I am still continuing treatment with a specialists and am on Disability because the disease has progressed slower then what was expected,which is attributed to experimental treatment meds, and home care. The home Care is something that I could never afford or be able to obtain, as she has been that person to me for years. She has not had any police contact, and I have a letter of recomendation from the Specialists as to the actions and activities that she has been performing. I have always had her freedom on my mind, and In dont know how or if there is anything we can do to get her back before a compassionet judge who might be willing to help this situation so that I dont find myself without her support and help. Obviously I have a concern for her being able to not be looking over her shoulder continually. So what do I do in order to generate some forward progress with resolving this issue, and is it a real longshot that considering her time elapsed without contact, and her free of any drug use, maybe the possibility of squashing this warrant
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