January 5, 2023
There was no abuse of discretion when the court of first instance reversed the appellant’s judgment and rendered a judgment valid for 10 years after concluding that he refused to cooperate with probation. Terms of Probation “Appellant … alleges that the Court of First Instance abused its discretion by penalizing him for violating conditions that he was unable to meet because of his intellectual disability. does he …
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