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David Hall, standing, enters his guilty plea during a court hearing Tuesday, March 18, 2014, for Hall and his co-defendant, Glenn Taylor, seated far right. Hall and Taylor admitted that they toppled a prehistoric rock formation, known as a hoodoo, during an October 2013 visit to Goblin Valley State Park. Taylor pleaded guilty to attempted criminal mischief, a class A misdemeanor, and Hall pleaded guilty to attempting to aid or abet criminal mischief, also a class A misdemeanor. (AP Photo/Deseret News, Geoff Liesik, Pool)

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FILE - This file frame grab from a video taken by Dave Hall shows two men cheering after a Boy Scouts leader knocked over an ancient Utah desert rock formation at Goblin Valley State Park. Two Utah men removed from their Boy Scout leadership positions after the viral video showed them toppling an ancient rock formation pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges Tuesday, March 18, 2014, and avoided jail time. Glenn Taylor, 45, and David Hall, 42, appeared in Utah's 7th District Court to enter their pleas under a deal with prosecutors. The two men from Highland were sentenced to a year of probation and ordered to pay fines and restitution, which has not yet been determined, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. (AP Photo/Dave Hall, File)

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David Hall enters his guilty plea during a court hearing, Tuesday, March 18, 2014, for Hall and his co-defendant, Glenn Taylor. Hall and Taylor admitted that they toppled a prehistoric rock formation, known as a hoodoo, during an October 2013 visit to Goblin Valley State Park. Taylor pleaded guilty to attempted criminal mischief, a class A misdemeanor, and Hall pleaded guilty to attempting to aid or abet criminal mischief, also a class A misdemeanor. (AP Photo/Deseret News, Geoff Liesik, Pool)

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Glenn Taylor, right, stands with his defense attorney, Scott Card, during a court hearing Tuesday, March 18, 2014, for Taylor and his co-defendant, David Hall, seated at left. Hall and Taylor admitted that they toppled a prehistoric rock formation, known as a hoodoo, during an October 2013 visit to Goblin Valley State Park. Taylor pleaded guilty to attempted criminal mischief, a class A misdemeanor, and Hall pleaded guilty to attempting to aid or abet criminal mischief, also a class A misdemeanor. (AP Photo/Deseret News, Geoff Liesik, Pool)