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Case 2: Probation Revocation PDF Print E-mail
My client was on felony probation when he got out of jail and borrowed his dad’s car. The sister didn’t like my client and reported the car stolen. My client’s father was in a nursing home and had let him drive his vehicle in the past, but hadn’t given him permission since he had gotten out of jail. State was going to revoke two years of his probation to be served in prison based upon the new charge.

At the probation revocation, the judge granted my motion for directed verdict and the theft of motor vehicle charge was dismissed since the state couldn’t prove that my client hadn’t had implied permission to drive the vehicle.
 
Case 2: Probation Revocation PDF Print E-mail
My client was on felony probation when he got out of jail and borrowed his dad’s car. The sister didn’t like my client and reported the car stolen. My client’s father was in a nursing home and had let him drive his vehicle in the past, but hadn’t given him permission since he had gotten out of jail. State was going to revoke two years of his probation to be served in prison based upon the new charge.

At the probation revocation, the judge granted my motion for directed verdict and the theft of motor vehicle charge was dismissed since the state couldn’t prove that my client hadn’t had implied permission to drive the vehicle.