No. CR 01-681.

65 S.W.3d 874 (2002)

347 Ark. 518

Thomas Edmond BRADLEY v. STATE of Arkansas.

Supreme Court of Arkansas.

February 7, 2002.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Phillip A. McGough, P.A., North Little Rock, for appellant.

Mark Pryor, Att'y Gen., by: Misty Wilson Borkowski, Ass't Att'y Gen., Little Rock, for appellee.

W.H. "DUB" ARNOLD, Chief Justice.

This case involves the revocation of a suspended sentence. Appellant Thomas Bradley pled guilty to breaking or entering, two counts of burglary, and three counts of theft of property in 1997. Imposition of appellant's sentences were suspended on several conditions, one of which was that appellant live a law-abiding life, be of good behavior, and not violate any state, federal, or municipal...

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