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State v. Erik A. Cochran - 2009AP001548
extending his term of probation. Cochran argues the circuit court erroneously exercised its discretion
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[PDF] State v. Erik A. Cochran - 2009AP001548
an order extending his term of probation. Cochran argues the circuit court erroneously exercised its
/ca/opinion/DisplayDocument.pdf?content=pdf&seqNo=48823 - 2014-09-15

Dorian Brown v. David H. Schwarz - 2007AP000409
probation. Brown claims that: (1) the Division of Hearings and Appeals did not have jurisdiction to revoke
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[PDF] Dorian Brown v. David H. Schwarz - 2007AP000409
, pro se, a circuit-court order affirming on certiorari review the revocation of his probation. Brown
/ca/opinion/DisplayDocument.pdf?content=pdf&seqNo=31046 - 2014-09-15

Ronald McElvaney v. David H. Schwarz - 2007AP000415
improperly revoked his extended supervision based on conduct that occurred during his probation period
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[PDF] Ronald McElvaney v. David H. Schwarz - 2007AP000415
supervision based on conduct that occurred during his probation period. McElvaney asserts that his term
/ca/opinion/DisplayDocument.pdf?content=pdf&seqNo=32888 - 2014-09-15

Dwayne G. Thomas v. David M. Schwarz - 2004AP001065
probation. Thomas’s probation was revoked based on his violation of the terms of his probation while he
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[PDF] Lee A. Knowlin v. David H. Schwarz - 2001AP000370
dismissing his petition for a writ of certiorari challenging his probation revocation. We affirm the order
/ca/opinion/DisplayDocument.pdf?content=pdf&seqNo=3600 - 2017-09-19

Lee A. Knowlin v. David H. Schwarz - 2001AP000370
of certiorari challenging his probation revocation. We affirm the order. ¶2 Knowlin was convicted
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State v. David J. Clark - 2001AP002646
of probation as to each count. The probation terms were ordered to run concurrent to each other. However
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