Lance Hering has a shot at a clean record if he keeps up treatment and public service, by Kevin Vaughan, in The Denver Post, 10/06/2009 01:00:00 AM MDT.
Lance Hering walks into the Boulder County Justice Center on Monday with attorney Sarah Morrison. In a plea deal, Hering was placed on probation.
(Paul Aiken, Daily Camera)
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BOULDER — After more than three years of mystery and uncertainty, former Marine Lance Hering will have the chance to write a new future without a felony conviction hanging over his head.
Hering, 24, will spend the next 18 months on probation for concocting a story to cover his Aug. 29, 2006, disappearance. If he stays out of trouble, he will see his criminal record wiped clean.