Court Visit Report

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BLAW 200-05

Assignment: Court Visit Report
12/01/2012
Points: 50

Blue Earth County Court Administration
Blue Earth County Justice Center 
401 Carver Road, Mankato, MN 56001
General Phone: (507) 304-4650
Court Administrator   Kelly Iverson      
Business Hours   Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

SECTION 1: 
At 10:15AM on November 29th, 2012, I visited Blue Earth County Justice Center to hear the hearing of Michael Ryan Roalson; Jurisdiction is the State of Minnesota. The Judicial Officer of the hearing was Kurt D. Johnson. Mr. Roalson’s case file is 07-CR-09-3080. Roalson was charged with 2nd Degree (Felony) Burglary and 21 counts of theft-Take/Use/Transfer Movable Prop-No Consent (Aid/Abet - GOC) on 09/19/2009. On 11/25/2009, Michael Roalson would be convicted guilty of 2nd Degree (Felony) Burglary and one count of theft. Then in the beginning of the following year on 01/12/2010, Mr. Roalson was sentenced to Agency Blue Earth County Jail to a term of 274 days; he would only serve 112 days. Michael Roalson additionally would owe restitution and fines of $27,259.46 total and be on supervised probation for 20 years, 01/12/2010 - 01/12/2030. Under supervised probation, Mr. Roalson has to remain law-abiding, no alcohol/controlled substances, no possession of alcohol or drugs, random testing, supply DNA sample, submit to random searches, write letter of apology to victim, get employed, obtain High school diploma or equivalent, no possession of firearms, no contact with victims (B Thornburg Spear), sign probation agreement, follow all instructions of probation, chemical dependency evaluation/treatment, follow recommendations of evaluation, and counseling on mental health on schedule with probation. On March/April of 2012, Mr. Roalson violated parole, failed to appear at a hearing; a warrant was issued and returned. Michael Ryan Roalson received a random house visit where a parole officer found empty beer cans, possession of a pipe, and synthetic...
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