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Criminal Practice — Probation Revocation – Absconding – Defendant’s Admission (access required)

On appeal, defendant argues the trial court erred in finding he violated his probation by absconding because the state failed to present competent evidence. However, at his probation revocation hearing, defendant admitted to absconding. He thereby relieved the state of its burden of producing competent evidence of the probation violation. We affirm the revocation of defendant’s ...

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