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Habitual violator back before judge
by Debbie Lurie-Smith
May 23, 2013 | 1524 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A Macon man is on his way to the state detention center following a probation violation hearing in Jones County Superior Court last week.

Naeem Hall is no stranger to Jones County court having pled guilty to the offenses in 2006 that are the reason he is on probation. The defendant stipulated to violating his Jones County probation May 16, which consisted of a positive drug test and not paying his fines and fees.

Hall was sentenced to serve 90 days in Jones County Law Enforcement Center suspended upon entry to state detention center for 180 days abiding by all rules and regulations. Upon successful completion, he will return to regular probation supervision as originally ordered. The end date of his sentence is April 29, 2016.

The defendant pled guilty in Jones County Superior Court May 4, 2006, to the crimes of theft by taking, forgery, and driving while license suspended and to one count of burglary in a second case. He was sentenced to a total of 10 years.

Hall was allowed to plea as a first offender in 2006, but his first offender status was removed Jan. 13, 2011, due to more probation violations. He was resentenced to a total of 10 years with two to serve in prison.

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