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STATE v. B.E.

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Offense: Domestic Violence Assault

Maximum Sentence: 1 year prison and two years probation. Future federal prohibition against owning, possessing or using a firearm if convicted.

Synopsis: Client charged with Domestic Violence Assault following a 911 call from his wife to the local police. Client's wife later recanted and decided not to cooperate with the DA's prosecution of the case.

Result: Case was placed on deferred disposition for a period of one year and was later dismissed following the deferment period.

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