No Prison for Mutilation of Dead Body and Other Charges–Gets Probation.

In August 2023, a EwingLaw Client charged with the charges listed below was given probation when the sentencing guidelines called for several years in prison. The charges that he got probation for were:

  1. Accessory After the Fact to a Felony.
  2. Disinterment & Mutilation of Dead Bodies.
  3. Concealment the Death of an Individual.
  4. Tampering with Evidence.
  5. Second Degree Arson.
  6. Arson-Preparation to Burn Property.
  7. Dead Bodies–Disinterment & Mutilation.