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No ‘Corpus Delicti’ Rule for Revocation (access required)

A defendant cannot overturn revocation of a suspended sentenced with her argument that her own uncorroborated statement was the only proof she had violated conditions of her probation; the Court of Appeals affirms revocation and re-suspension of defendant’s previously suspended sentences on six felony convictions. Defendant initially was sentenced on one count of cocaine possession ...

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