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Sexual images properly considered at sentencing

The trial court correctly considered evidence of unadjudicated criminal activity when giving appellant a 52-year 84-month sentence after he pleaded guilty to, among other things, seven counts of peeping. Overview Appellant Joe fell through the ceiling of a women’s locker ...

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Sentences revoked after technical violations

Where a statute defining technical probation violations was enacted after appellant committed several probation violations, those violations could properly be considered technical violations. This is so despite appellant’s argument that technical violations did not exist before the statute defining them ...

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