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No. 05-CR-002826

JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT

 

DIVISION THREE

COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY

PLAINTIFF

v.

JUDGMENT WITH SENTENCE OF PROBATION

JOSEPH BRADLEY

DEFENDANT

Representing the Commonwealth:

Jason Snyder

A sentencing hearing was held on May 12, 2006 (officially recorded on videotape No, 30-3-2006-VCR-034 A & B), at which time Defendant Joseph Brady appeared with counsel Elgin Crull, and the Commonwealth was represented by Jason Snyder.

Defendant had previously appeared in open Court with his counsel on March 27, 2006, at which time he moved to withdraw his former plea of not guilty and enter a plea of guilty Theft by Unlawful Taking Over $300. The Court having determined that the Defendant's plea was knowing and voluntary, accepted his plea of guilty.

The Court has considered the recommendations of the Commonwealth Attorney in the Offer on a Plea of Guilty, as accepted by Defendant and his counsel. The Court has further considered the presentence investigation report, a copy of which was provided to Defendant and his counsel for review and correction; the nature and circumstances of the crimes; and the history, character and condition of the Defendant.

The Court hereby finds the Defendant guilty and sets punishment as follows:

Theft by Unlawful Taking Over $300

Two (2) years

This Court further finds that Defendant's motion by counsel to suspend execution of the sentence of imprisonment should be, and hereby is, GRANTED. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that execution of the sentence of imprisonment be suspended and the Defendant be placed on probation, under the supervision of the Division of Probation and Parole, for a period of five (5) years, subject to compliance with the following conditions:

  1. Remain on good behavior and refrain from further violation of the law in any respect.
  2. Comply with all instructions and conditions imposed by the Bureau of Corrections, Division of Probation and Parole.
  3. Submit to random drug and/or alcohol urinalysis testing at the Defendant's expense.
  4. Pay Court costs of $125.00 within three (3) months.
  5. Pay a supervision fee of $500.00 payable at the rate of $l0.00 per month.
  6. Pay felony conviction fine of $1,000.00 ($750.00 to be probated and the remaining $250.00 to be paid once restitution is paid in full).
  7. Pay restitution in the amount of $10,982.15 payable at the rate of $263.16 per month beginning on June 10, 2006 until paid in full.
  8. Maintain full-time employment.
  9. The Defendant may be allowed to travel within a fifty mile radius for work purposes and have recreational travel with approval from his probation and parole officer.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that upon the completion of the aforesaid probationary period, the Defendant shall be finally discharged, provided there has been compliance with the above conditions; a warrant is not pending in any court; and the Defendant's probation has not been revoked.

/SIGNED/
LISABETH HUGHES ABRAMSON
Judge, Jefferson Circuit Court

Date: May 19, 2006

cc: Jason Snider
Elgin Crull
Christiane Abendroth
Department of Correction
Probation and Parole