CLINTON — A Clinton man’s probation has been revoked and a previously suspended sentence imposed.
Dominic L. Jiles, 24, 334 Third Ave. South, No. 3, appeared Thursday in Clinton County District Court for a probation violation hearing. Clinton County Attorney Mike Wolf on July 21 filed a petition to revoke probation. The petition alleged Jiles violated the terms and conditions of probation based upon the report of violation.
Jiles on Thursday stipulated to violating the terms of probation following an in-court colloquy. The court found Jiles violated the terms of probation. The court ordered the original suspended sentence on Feb. 23 not to exceed 10 years for second-degree burglary be imposed. The court found Jiles indigent and unable to pay attorney fees not to exceed $500.
District Court Judge Paul Macek on June 9, 2016, granted Jiles a deferred judgement. A $1,000 civil penalty was suspended. Jiles was placed on probation to the Seventh Judicial District Department of Correctional Services for three years. A term of probation ordered Jiles to successfully the Residential Corrections Facility program.
Jiles on Feb. 23 stipulated to violating the terms of probation. The court found Jiles violated the terms of probation and that Jiles’ probation and deferred status should be revoked. District Court Judge Mark Lawson granted Jiles a suspended sentence not to exceed 10 years for second-degree burglary. Jiles was placed on probation pending good behavior for a period of three years to the Seventh Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. The court ordered ordered Jiles to pay attorney fees not to exceed $500.