PROSECUTOR’S MOTION DENIED: Client was accused of using a firearm during the course of a robbery and placed on probation. Prosecution moved to revoke probation on the basis that the client had allegedly driven without a license, was not paying his probation fines and fees, and not completing required community service. Those allegations, if proven by the prosecutor, could have resulted in revocation of the client’s probation and a sentence of 5-99 years in prison. At the conclusion of the hearing, the court denied the prosecutor’s motion to revoke probation and the client was allowed to remain on probation.
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