State V. T.G.

State V. T.G.

able to secure a sentence of only 365 days local jail time. The judge imposed a staggered sentence, whereby the client would serve 90 days each year, with the opportunity to petition the court for relief from the service of those days each year prior to the report date. the Client was also sentenced to 30 days on the in-home Intoxylizer each year for 5 years.

* If a Stay of Imposition is granted, the imposition (or pronouncement) of a prison sentence is delayed to some future date, provided that until that date the offender comply with conditions established by the court. If the offender does comply with those conditions until that date, the case is discharged, and for civil purposes (employment applications, etc.) the offender has a record of a misdemeanor rather than a felony conviction.(Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission)