Montana judge fines former Wisconsin man $12,000, suspends his hunting privileges for 35 years
February 14, 2012
LIVINGSTON, Mont. - A Park County judge fined a Wisconsin man
$12,000, ordered him to pay $3,500 in restitution and suspended his
hunting privileges for nearly 35 years for hunting violations in
An attorney for 57-year-old John J. Dziaduch said
her client plans to appeal.
The Livingston Enterprise
reports Dziaduch was sentenced Monday by Justice of the Peace Linda
Budeski. In December, Budeski found Dziaduch guilty of 23
misdemeanor hunting violations spanning from 2004 to 2010. The
offenses included making false statements when applying for or
obtaining numerous resident hunting permits as well as unlawful
possession of an unlawfully killed black bear and antelope buck.
Court records indicate that when Dziaduch was charged this
summer, he had a Seymour, Wis., address. On Monday, his address was
listed as Livingston.
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