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Daniel D. Drow v. David H. Schwarz - 1997AP001867
for a writ of certiorari to review revocation of his probation. ¶2 Relying on State ex. rel Johnson v
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[PDF] Daniel D. Drow v. David H. Schwarz - 1997AP001867
for a writ of certiorari to review revocation of his probation. ¶2 Relying on State ex. rel Johnson v
/sc/opinion/DisplayDocument.pdf?content=pdf&seqNo=17283 - 2017-09-21

[PDF] State v. Carl L. Dowdy - 2010AP000772
request to reduce the period of Dowdy’s probation from ten years to seven years. We conclude
/ca/opinion/DisplayDocument.pdf?content=pdf&seqNo=55773 - 2014-09-15

State v. Carl L. Dowdy - 2010AP000772
probation from ten years to seven years. We conclude that the court had neither statutory nor inherent
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[PDF] State v. Joshua A. Propst - 1998AP001789
Propst on probation for two years with conditions that included random drug testing, a fine, a booking
/ca/opinion/DisplayDocument.pdf?content=pdf&seqNo=14188 - 2014-09-15

State v. Joshua A. Propst - 1998AP001789
of guilty. The court withheld his sentence and placed Propst on probation for two years with conditions
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State v. James R. Brownson - 1997AP003160
that the State breached the terms of his negotiated plea agreement by unilaterally creating a new probation
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[PDF] Dwayne Seals v. David H. Schwarz - 2001AP002696
affirming the decision to revoke his probation. He argues on appeal that the Division of Hearings
/ca/opinion/DisplayDocument.pdf?content=pdf&seqNo=4466 - 2017-09-19

Dwayne Seals v. David H. Schwarz - 2001AP002696
the order affirming the decision to revoke his probation. He argues on appeal that the Division of Hearings
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[PDF] Case of the month - January 2017
successfully satisfied the conditions of probation for expungement purposes. The Supreme Court reviews two
/courts/resources/teacher/casemonth/docs/jan17.pdf - 2017-01-06