Wednesday, August 11, 2004

What does two years in prison suspended on condition of serving 12 months in jail mean?

In Widdifield v. Com., the trial court reinstated its suspended sentence of two years' prison, without credit for the 12 months in jail, but the defendant's lawyer apparently failed to adequately raise an objection, and so the appeal was dismissed for failure to raise the issue in the trial court.

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