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Stoner gets 150 days for violating probation, lying
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A woman who lied in court cost herself 150 days in jail after her probation for a prior crime was violated.The woman, Bethany Dawn Stoner, entered a guilty plea before Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to the charge of aggravated perjury and was placed on probation for two years. She was also directed to perform 100 hours public service work and will enter the Drug Court program, which is an intensive 18-month rehabilitation program overseen by the court.In addition to her penalties for perjury, Stoner was ordered to serve 150 days for violating her judicial diversion on her prior conviction on the charge of delivery of drugs.Her sentence comes after she made a statement under oath in getting a petition for an order of protection against Gary Jason Hillis. The exact wording of the statement which brought the perjury charge against her was not revealed.