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In a New Mexico court online case look-up what does CLS: ORD REVOKE PROB ADMITS mean?

In a New Mexico court online case look-up what does CLS: ORD REVOKE PROB ADMITS mean? Topic: Case stated meaning
June 17, 2019 / By Cary
Question: I have a brother I am no longer in contact with but keep track of legal issues just to make sure he's ok. He was recently on probation and per www.nmcourts.com case look up it now says CLS: ORD REVOKE PROB ADMITS on one if his cases and I dont quite understand what it means. Another case similar states CLS: ORD REVOKE PROB NON JURY. I'm interested if anyone can tell what these would mean? Was his probabtion revoked?
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Originally Answered: In a New Mexico court online case look-up what does CLS: ORD REVOKE PROB ADMITS mean?
Well I'd think you'd have a much better chance with the misdemeanor appeal thing, but it may be better suited to the State supreme court rather than Federal. Although with it being a constitutional thing it may have standing for a 1983 action. You'd need to talk to a lawyer. Going against the IRS code is pretty much an exercise in futility. With that issue you're better off saving time and a lot of money by just writing letters to your federal Reps. Just ask these guys about the tax code: http://www.wethepeoplefoundation.org/
Originally Answered: In a New Mexico court online case look-up what does CLS: ORD REVOKE PROB ADMITS mean?
Well, you will need to go through the lower courts before you get to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is an appeal court, not a court of first instance.

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