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Petition to revoke Beach's suspended sentence

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

Barry Beach's attorney Tim Baldwin says the Montana Attorney General's Office has filed a petition to revoke Beach's suspended sentence. Last month Beach was charged in Billings Municipal Court after being accused of violating a temporary restraining order filed by the mother of his child.

Beach has since posted bond from the Yellowstone County Detention Center and currently is a free man.

Beach is scheduled to appear in District Court on Monday and will also appear in Municipal Court on Tuesday.

Baldwin tells KULR-8 the case on Monday is currently under seal by court order.

Tuesday's hearing will be an omnibus hearing where Beach's attorney will notify the court if they have any pre-trial motions and to set the matter for trial.

Baldwin says if Beach is found guilty, the state could use the conviction to seek an order to revoke his sentence.

Beach served more than three decades in prison for the murder of Kim Nees in the late 70's.
 

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