No post conviction relief available for stay of adjudication
Defendant resolved his case under a stay of adjudication. He successfully completed probation and the charge was dismissed. Thereafter, defendant brought a petition for post conviction relief. The Minnesota Court of Appeals concluded that because he received a stay of adjudication and had been discharged from probation, defendant could not seek relief under the post conviction statute. Affirmed.
Johnston v. State, A19-0672, Olmsted County.
Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyer Lynne Torgerson was not attorney of record in this case.