The Bennington Superior Court on Wednesday lifted the white nationalist’s order for home detention, agreeing with him that his new probationary status offers stronger public protection. The decision was issued just as police alleged he recently violated the detention conditions.
Max Misch pleaded guilty to both first-degree aggravated domestic assault and disorderly conduct as a hate crime shortly before he was sentenced in Bennington Superior criminal court on Monday afternoon.
At a hearing on Thursday, Misch’s attorney said they’ve reached a plea agreement with the Bennington County State’s Attorney’s Office on five cases that the office is prosecuting.
An influential voice of the far-right has been identified as a Harwood Union High School grad.