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Date: 07-10-1997

Case Style: State of Minnesota v. Judy Dick, Dr. Gerald Dick, James Dick and Stacy Zehren, Esq.

Case Number: Unknown

Judge: Salvador Rosas

Court: District Court of Ramsey County, Minnesota

Plaintiff's Attorney: Prosecutor Stephen McLaughlin

Defendant's Attorney: Paul Applebaum of the Applebaum Law Firm, Minneapolis, Minnesota for Judy Dick; Doug Thomson of of Earl P. Gray & Associates, St. Paul, Minnesota, for Dr. Gerald Dick; Earl Gray of Earl P. Gray & Associates, St. Paul, Minnesota for James Dick; and Jo

Description: Conspiracy to receive stolen property and attempting to receive stolen property in excess of $2,500. The State accused the defendants of conspiracy to obtain stolen merchandise (luxury goods) which was obtained to order by a professional shoplifter. The shoplifter turned state's evidence against the defendants. The charges against James Dick were apparently based upon the purchase by him of a number of expensive suits and other merchandise for a very low price. He claimed that he was entrapped by the undercover police officer who sold him the goods and the charges were dismissed by Judge Rosas.

Outcome: Not guility on all counts except Judy Dick was found guilty of receiving stolen property. Charges were dismissed against James Dick at the conclusion of the State's case. On September 12, 1997, Judge Salvador Rosas sentenced Mrs. Dick to 15 days in jail and 120 hours of service to the poor.

Plaintiff's Experts: Unknown

Defendant's Experts: Unknown

Comments: None

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