TRAFFICKING AND STOLEN PROPERTY ($67,800), THEFT OF MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION and BURGLARY ALL REDUCED to PROBATION with 6 MONTHS DEFERRED JAIL – State v. Mr. D (DMC No. 9012) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR2009-119368): Mr. D had stolen a trailer along with various all-terrain vehicles from his former landlord. He then painted the trailer and removed the VIN numbers on the vehicles before putting them on Craigslist for sale. The vehicles and trailers were ultimately purchased, and then it was discovered they were stolen during the titling process. Mr. D was contacted by police and arrested. His wife admitted to Mr. D’s crimes, and also the police pulled up video surveillance from a local U-Haul storage facility showing Mr. D with the trailer and vehicles. Although the original Victim and State Farm Insurance company sought prison time, we were able to convince the Judge to give Mr. A 6 months of “Deferred” jail which was later Deleted after he had paid back full restitution. Mr. D originally was looking at years in prison.