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Two-year active sentence for probation violations (access required)

The trial court did not abuse its discretion “by revoking the entirety of [appellant’s] previously suspended sentence.” Appellant Rawlings was convicted of new criminal offenses during the suspension period. No abuse of discretion “Rawlings does not contend that the trial ...

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Probation violations warranted revoking suspended sentences (access required)

The trial court adequately considered appellant’s mitigating evidence when deciding to revoke his suspended sentences for probation violations. Unresponsive to rehabilitation “Akers admitted that he violated the terms of his suspended sentences. Thus, the record establishes that the trial court ...

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Sufficient evidence of probation violations (access required)

Where the court revoked a portion of appellant’s previously suspended sentences, there was sufficient evidence that he violated the terms of his probation, which warranted the revocation. Violations “The record reflects that appellant violated four conditions of his probation. Specifically, ...

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