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State v. Ms. R. (DMC No. 5035)

PROBATION TERMINATED and FELONY DESIGNATED as MISDEMEANOR | CRIMINAL POSSESSION of a FORGERY DEVICE – State v. Ms. R. (DMC No. 5035) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR2004-041768): Ms. R. was originally charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and forgery, which was later reduced to possession of a forgery device.  She was placed on standard probation and then received a scholarship offer to an out of State college to play sports.  We were able to have probation terminated and her felony designated as a “misdemeanor”.  This allowed her to go on to a successful college career.

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