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No Collateral Attack on Sentencing Order (access required)

A defendant cannot overturn revocation of his suspended sentence on the ground that the earlier period of suspension had been improperly extended at a previous sentencing for a probation violation in 1998; the Court of Appeals rejects defendant’s collateral attack on the 1998 sentencing order. In 1998, as a condition of the newly resuspended sentence for ...

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