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Pursuant to a plea agreement, Robinson pleaded guilty to four counts, including the burglary of K.S.’s home. (Photo: Shutterstock)

An appellate court in Wisconsin has affirmed a trial court’s decision ordering a convicted burglar to pay restitution to a victim in an amount that included the cost of repairing a door damaged by the burglar, which was not covered by the victim’s insurance, and the amount of the victim’s insurance deductible.


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