The judge in the William Hoehn re-sentencing hearing has handed down a revised sentence. The hearing took place this morning in Fargo.
Hoehn has been sentenced to a revised sentence of 20 years plus 360 days in prison, sentences that will run concurrently.
Hoehn will receive credit for the 775 days he has already served. He had previously been sentenced to life with the possibility of parole, but the North Dakota Supreme Court determined the special dangerous offender designation he received should not have been designated.