State v. HiltonAnnotate this Case
Defendant received two consecutive twelve-month probation terms. As a result of a violation that occurred during the first twelve months, the district court revoked both of Defendant’s probation terms. The Court of Appeals affirmed. Earlier, the Supreme Court had effectively compelled the Court of Appeals to address the merits of Defendant’s appeal by granting a petition for review on the Court of Appeals’ dismissal of Defendant’s appeal and then summarily reversing and remanding the case. Here, the Supreme Court concluded that the Court of Appeals had it right in the first place. The Supreme Court vacated the decision of the Court of Appeals and dismissed this appeal as moot because Defendant had already completed service of the prison terms underlying the consecutive probations.