Sawyer County Probation and Parole v. Citizen on Probation – 12′

A citizen on probation was facing a revocation of his probation which would have resulted in a significant prison sentence. Attorney Schlough was able to obtain probationer’s release from jail pending the revocation hearing. In addition, Attorney Schlough was able to minimize the sentence to be served by probationer by convincing the judge to revoke only the citizen’s misdemeanor probation and not the more substantial felony probation.

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