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STATE v. G.M.

Charges: Violating Protection from Abuse Order (Class E); Obstructing a 911 Call (Class E domestic violence); Violation of Conditions of Release (Class E)
Maximum Penalty: If convicted on all charges the Client could have been incarcerated for as long as 18 months and fined up to $3,000.00

Result: Violation of Protection Order filed a period of 1 year at no cost to the defendant; Obstructing a 911 Call was dismissed and Violation of Conditions of Release was a plea of guilty for 1 year of administrative release (IE, no jail).

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