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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Oral Pronouncement

Where a trial court orally stated that a defendant’s sentences were to run concurrently with each other but the written judgment incorrectly stated that the sentences were to run consecutively, the case is remanded with instructions for the court to correct the written judgment to conform to the oral pronouncement. Remanded with directions State v. Smith (MLW ...
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