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Criminal Practice  – Probation Revocation – Underlying Judgments – Revoking Judge’s Discretion (access required)

Amidst confusion over whether the judgment in defendant’s underlying convictions said his sentences were to run concurrently or consecutively, the revoking judge did not make clear whether he was exercising his discretion under G.S. § 15A-1344(d), which includes the option – when activating multiple sentences – to order that the sentences run concurrently rather than ...

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