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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

The Probation Violation

A probation violation can be just as serious as a new criminal case. I have blogged before about the complexity of a probation violation. Today's Simple Justice blog addressed a well known case in Charlotte involving Tiffany Wright. Tiffany Wright was murdered.  No one has been charged with her murder. When a DNA test showed Mr. Mitchell was not the father of Ms. Wright's baby, the Mecklenburg County District Attorney did not proceed with a statutory rape case against Royce Mitchell. Case closed? Royce Mitchell is released? No.
Royce Mitchell was on supervised release for a federal drug case. Royce Mitchell was sent back to prison for 2 1/2 years on a supervised release violation. His appeal was recently denied. Like I said, a probation violation can be just as serious as a new criminal case.

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