Absent agreement, man can’t be ordered to pay restitution if not convicted
- October 1, 2015
- Devon Sharpe
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(The Indiana Lawyer) – A man who pleaded guilty to one count of theft for stealing grain, but admitted to stealing from the victim on other occasions, had his restitution amount reduced from nearly $150,000 to just around $28,000.
Logan M. Dull pleaded guilty to one count of Class D felony theft and agreed to pay restitution. During the sentencing and restitution hearings, he admitted he had stolen grain (More…)
The case is Logan M. Dull v. State of Indiana, 68A04-1502-CR-75