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Criminal Practice – Probation Revocation – ‘Good Cause’ – No Findings Needed – Costs & Fees (access required)

As this court found in State v. Regan, 800 S.E.2d 436 (2017), G.S. § 15A-1344(f)(3) does not require that the trial court make any specific findings; rather, it merely authorizes the trial court to extend, modify or revoke probation after the defendant’s probationary term has expired if the court finds “good cause shown and stated” ...

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