Whether a revocation of probation is not permitted after expiration of probation following a stay of adjudication?
Defendant argued that the trial court lacked jurisdiction to revoke its deferral of adjudication pursuant to Minn. Stat. §152.18 because the revocation occurred after the expiration of the imposed term of probation. The Minnesota Court of Appeals concluded that the provision of §609.14, subd. 1(c), permitting the revocation of probation after the expiration of its term, does not apply to a disposition deferring judgment pursuant to §152.18. Reversed.
State v. Solien, A21-0144, Kandiyohi County.
Minneapolis Criminal Defense Lawyer Lynne Torgerson was not attorney of record in this case.