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Criminal Law: Probation Revocation-“Every Reasonable Effort”

Where a trial court sought to revoke a defendant’s probation for an October 2015 conviction for felony stealing, the state did not exercise “every reasonable effort” to resolve the probation violations before the probation expired, so a second writ of ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Probation Revocation

Where a defendant challenged the sentence imposed after the revocation of his probation, the district court did not err in imposing the sentence because the court justified the decision by giving supporting reasons. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. Stone (MLW ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Probation Revocation-Policy Statements

Where a defendant challenged the 96-month term of imprisonment imposed on him after the revocation of his five-year term of probation, the district court procedurally erred by failing to consider or weigh the applicable policy statements from the sentencing guidelines, ...

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Criminal Law : Probation Revocation – Authority – Out-Of-State Inmate

State ex rel Charles Zimmerman v. Dolan (MLW No. 70392/Case No. SC95619 -20 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Draper III, J.; Breckenridge, C.J., Stith and Russell, JJ., concur; Wilson, J., concurs in separate opinion filed; Fischer, J., concurs in opinion of Wilson, J.)

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