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A public hearing to consider the possible pardon of sentence for Rudolph Bottone
September 17, 2013
CONTACT: Russ Marlan, Public Information Officer
The Michigan Parole Board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, October 1, 2013, to consider the possible pardon of sentence for Rudolph Bottone. It will be held at 9:00 a.m. at the Grandview Plaza Building, Lansing, Michigan.
Rudolph Bottone was sentenced to a term of forty-five (45) days jail (balance suspended upon payment), fines/costs/restitution of $450 for the crime of Attempt Resist & Obstruct Officer. He was sentenced on February 17, 1998 from Shiawassee County.
Mr. Bottone was also sentenced to a term of one (1) year jail (complete the SAI Boot Camp & 90-day residential aftercare program, with the balance of the jail term suspended upon completion), two (2) years probation, fines/costs/restitution of $925 for the crime of Larceny from the Person. He was sentenced on September 28, 1998 from St. Clair County.
Thomas R. Combs, Chairperson of the Michigan Parole Board, will conduct the hearing under the provisions of MCLA 791.244 prior to any recommendation for executive clemency by the Parole Board.
This hearing is required by state law prior to consideration of any pardon by the Governor.