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State v. Ms. P. (DMC No. 6774)

REDUCED | FELONY CUSTODIAL INTERFERENCE REDUCED to MISDEMEANOR with PROBATION and ZERO DAYS JAIL – State v. Ms. P. (DMC No. 6774) (Navajo Superior Court CR2006-0751): Ms. P. had joint custody of her children with her husband. The children were staying at the husband’s aunt’s house when Ms. P. came and picked up the children without permission. Because of Ms. P.’s mental condition, she and the two children were later found at a homeless shelter located in Chandler. We were able to show the Prosecutor Ms. P.’s medical history of mental illness and they agreed to extend a misdemeanor offer with probation. That probation was allowed to be completed in Maricopa County.

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