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DECISIONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS
FILED MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2014

 

 

 

A13-2401       State of Minnesota, Respondent, vs. Abdirizak Mohamed Abdi, Appellant.
                 
      Hennepin County District Court, Hon. Judge Gina M. Brandt.
           Because Minn. Stat. § 609.1055 (2012) gives the district court discretion to make a dispositional departure from the sentencing guidelines by placing an offender with a serious and persistent mental illness on probation with the condition that the offender successfully complete an appropriate supervised alternative-living program having a mental-health treatment component, an appellate court reviews the decision to make or not make such a departure for an abuse of discretion.
           Affirmed.  Judge Francis J. Connolly.


A13-2317
       Harvey Ray Dupey, petitioner, Appellant, vs. State of Minnesota, Respondent.
            
           Ramsey County District Court, Hon. Judge Robyn A. Millenacker.
           A stay of adjudication on a felony offense constitutes a sentence under Minn. Stat. § 590.01, subd. 4(a)(1), which triggers the two-year time limit for postconviction petitions.
           Affirmed.  Judge John P. Smith.

 
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