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Byline: Leslie Hoffman LHOFFMAN@ABQTRIB.COM / 823-3610
A former probation officer once responsible for supervising felons who needed especially close attention is now a felon himself.
Maurice Gonzales, 39, entered a no-contest plea to a single count of breaking and entering Wednesday and was sentenced to a year of conditional discharge.
The sentence means that for now, at least, Gonzales is a felon, though he will have a clean criminal record if he successfully completes his terms of unsupervised probation.
Gonzales was bound over for trial in March by state District Judge Frank Allen during a preliminary hearing in the case. He was charged …