Nye County Court Reports

By Eunette Gentry

 

Annika Martin was back in court on Friday, October 19, 2018, for her “Status Check regarding Diversion and Evaluation”.  During that proceeding that Pahrump area defendant – who was arrested back in 2017 and charged with “trespassing” after being filmed and having the video posted on Social Media and featured on “Cops” – appeared in court while “in custody”.  Then, the “court read the report and states that [Martin] qualifies for substance abuse treatment.  [Martin’s] defense [attorney, Jason Earnest, discussed] a requirement of 90 days of treatment…[then] states that [Martin] is [already] accepted [into a] treatment program and has a bed available now.  [The] court states supervision [might] be up to one year and [the] defendant must complete the treatment program satisfactorily to not be sentenced.  [Then, Martin was] released [that] day to the Inpatient Treatment Plan.  Once treatment [is] complete, [Martin] must admit to Drug Court immediately.  [Then, Martin will receive] three years Probation once treatment is complete – with all the special terms and conditions.”  Additionally, a total of $878 in restitution was discussed – with Parole and Probation noting that the Nevada Revised Statute states that the “restitution must go to someone” – noting the specific name of Martin’s victim.  Finally, the court notes that Martin has “213 days credit for time served”; and, ordered her to “120 days” of Drug Treatment.  Martin faces the formal charges of:  “Possession of a Controlled Substance; Unlawful use of a Controlled Substance; and, Offer, Attempt [or] Commission [of Unauthorized Acts]”.

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