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Missing Proffer Defeats Allocution Claim (access required)

Defendant’s failure to proffer what he would have said defeats his appeal of the trial court’s denial of allocution, the Court of Appeals says; the record supports revoking defendant’s suspended sentences at his third revocation hearing in five years. In 2007, defendant was sentenced to concurrent three-year terms with all but four months suspended after pleading ...

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