- Dec 21, 2018
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Could it be a motion concerning the location and/or manner in which he's being housed?
If it is just about the manner of how he is housed in the jail it will be the jurisdiction of the Sheriff and his staff. Sheriffs' are in charge of County jails. Like when George's attorney (weirdly) asked judge Deering if George could be moved to solitary, Deering told him it is up to the jail, not the Court.
If the jail wants to move Jake to another facility then a Motion is filed and the Judge will have to sign off on it just like when they wanted to transport Angie. And just like Angie he would not have to go to Court.
So if Jake goes back to Court again I'm pretty sure it will only be to honor his plea agreement and testify. There shouldn't be any need for Motions to be filed for the Prosecution to continue working with him.
My Understanding of it