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Probation; transfer or retention of jurisdiction over probationer; determination; effect. 2018 Nebraska Revised StatutesChapter 29 - CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. Criminal Procedure § 29-2261. Read the code on FindLaw Nebraska Chapter 29. View Bills; One Liners; Statutes; Summary; Hearings; ... Revised Statutes; Chapter 29; 29-1823; Print Friendly. (1) Unless other disposition is specifically provided by law, when property seized or held is no longer required as evidence, it shall be disposed of by the law enforcement agency on such showing as the law enforcement agency may deem adequate, as follows: No complaint shall be filed with the magistrate unless such complaint is in writing and signed by the prosecuting attorney or by any other complainant. 29-203. Probation; completion; conviction may be set aside; conditions; retroactive effect. 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