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State v. Ms. R. (DMC No. 9095)

DISMISSED – Probation Violation, State v. Ms. R. (DMC No. 9095) (Maricopa County Superior Court No. 2006-109586): Ms. R was on probation for Burglary (a Class 3 Felony), when her Probation Officer filed a Petition to Revoke her Probation due to various violations. We were able to show that Ms. R was on Standard Probation and not Intensive Probation, so a violation of Term 17 (Consumption of Alcohol) would not result in an Automatic Revocation. In addition, there was only an admission of alcohol consumption, and not any hard evidence. The State then moved to Dismiss the Petition to Revoke, even though Ms. R was facing a potential of years in prison.

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