Robinson v. StateAnnotate this Case
After Defendant was placed on probation, the State filed a petition to revoke his probation on the grounds that Defendant violated the conditions of his probation. The district court determined that Robinson had violated the terms of his probation because he failed to prove that he maintained employment and repeatedly failed to submit to a polygraph. Defendant appealed, arguing that the district court erred in both the adjudicatory and dispositional phases of the probation revocation process. The Supreme Court affirmed the revocation and imposition of Defendant’s sentences, holding that the district court did not err either in the adjudicatory or the dispositional phases of the probation revocation process.