Yes, a Probation Officer can find out if you have been prescribed adrug.
Nothing legally, but he can make u help him in one way or another.
Its up to the judge that sentences the inmate. They can set a timethat the inmate will be allowed to be released or they can orderthat the full sentence be served.
LA jails are so crowded...usually only 10% of the time, so 27 days out of 270!
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Yes. Having your sentence suspended is an act which happens after a defendant is found guilty of a specific charge.
If in another state has issued a warrant for an inmate, that inmate will be extradited to that state after he finishes his time in the state he is currently serving his sentence.
Of course. Just don't lead one another into trouble.
People support it because they believe in second chances and/or to save their taxpayer dollars. Authorities support it because they don't have to house people if they make parole. It can be a revolving door, especially since parole violators are not sent back to prison unless the parolee does...
Since the 1990s, there have been new categories of crime added. The ever increasing types of drug trafficing and sales and the new laws to combat that; new types of laws to address domestic violence and stalking, just to name a few. Prior to the eighties, these last two were not criminalized and...
Inmate health information are generally held confidential. You can have the inmate sign a release form which will allow you to receive that information.
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It depends on the felony conviction. Especially if the felon is child predator.
you shld never leave a state without an adult. i know things can get hard at home some times believe me, i know. you should try talking to someone. get it out because if you keep it in, one day you will explode at the wrong place at the wrong time. try to hang in there chow
Go to the State of California inmate locator website. You can findit on any search engine.
A family member who is subjected to the general or the special conditions of parole may have his premises and belongings searched. Other members of the household are not subjected to intrusive searches of their belongings, which include closets and bureau drawers. Parole officers may seize...
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35 percent of ten years is 3 and one half years.
a period of time during which the employee should make no mistakes.
If it was a burglary of a dwelling then it can carry a sentence of 3 to 25 years in penitentiary, burglary of church up to 14 years in penitentary, burglary of a non-dwelling or auto is up to 7 years, burglary with exposives 5 to 40 years in penitentiary. If it was a robbery up to 15 years in...
The district attorney can certainly make an offer and say take the plea bargain or we will ask for the maximum sentence. He must feel the state has decent case, or that your attorney isn't going to be effective in your defense..
While the district attorney may think that the defense...
no because he or she is a felon
There is new legislation being proposed to address federal prison overcrowding. "The Good Time Bill," or Federal Work Incentive Act, proposes to establish a parole system for federal inmates (not serving life sentences). The proposed bill, prepared by Rep. Danny Davis of Illinois, can be reviewed...
no unless you want to risk going back to prisin
Apparently this person has served their time, why in the world would you want to congradulte this person? This person was in Prison for commiting a crime, you don't congradulate anyone for commiting crimes..
What you might want to do to is to help them get used to being back in society. By...
i had been done with my parole for almost eight years when someone broke into my car,i shot this man six times with a co2 powered bb gun,not only did the punk press charges and win,i lost my car and was given a two year sentance,i live in california and was a non violent non non drug ...
People generally will stay in jail until they are found guilty orplead guilty. That can take nearly a year or even more in murder,rape, or other violent crime cases. Only after found or pleadingguilty then they are prison bound. After that they usually gettransferred to a penitentiary within a few...
Not many. In 2008, three inmates were killed. In 2009, no inmates were killed. 2010 has yet to see a single inmate killed either.
It is obvious that probation did not work. The felon needs a more structured environment. He (or she) could possibly go to a half way house or a drug rehab center rather than prison. Since you did not mention the original crime, it is impossible to make additional suggestions.
90 days probation means in court that you get to go free but if you do something illegal within 90 days you go back to court and is a possibility you can go to jail depending on what you did hope this helped if not very sorry
What is done about inmate neglect depends on the type of inmate neglect. "You do the crime, you serve the time." By law, the inmate was informed about the Federal Civil Rights law. He can send a description of his problems to a Federal Judge for free. He can write it out. If the Federal Judge thinks...
In the state of Michigan, if you probation or parole fees have not been paid by your release date, you will be released from parole or probation, but the remaining balance will be turned over for collections, and regular collections procedures will begin.
No. And, time served is a matter for the judge to decide. If the judge does not determine that you will receive credit for time served, you will receive no credit. Typically, also, state time is not calculated until you are remanded into the custody of the state's DOC. That can happen on paper if...
Yes, after the five minimum years, depending on behavior, you can be released.
Intensive Probation Supervision (IPS)
If the question is about court sentences in criminal law, probationis a period of non-incarceration that either follows or takes theplace of a jail or prison sentence. Probation, like parole, comeswith stipulations and restrictions as a result of a guilty verdictor its equivalent.
You will be locked up for as long as the judge decides. The average is six months to a year, but he could very well give you your whole backup time (the full remainder of your sentence).
usually only if it is a dierct family member ie: spouse paerent child etc. its at the discretion of your po
It is not a matter of which supercedes which, since you cannot be on dual parole (both state and federal) at the same time. What is this question asking?
The question calls for an opinion. I would not go to the expense of maintaining an attorney on retainer unless there were some extraordinary circumstnaces that existed that might call for it. If you can keep your nose clean for the term of your probation, you should not need an attorney to 'baby...
No. Infact no potential parolee will be released to ahome where any person lives who is pending or has had previous felony charged adjudicated. Contact with current defendants or previous felons is typically strictly forbidden. On a side note, this seems a shame, sort of one way to set the newly...
You can contact the Georgia State Bar Association for a definite answer to this question, but I do not believe that convicted felons are eligible for admittance to The Bar. - - - - - - - - Added: The fact is that, in Georgia, a convicted felon cannot ever vote again or obtain any kind of license...
73% of Federal inmates consider themselves Democrats. State stats will be skewed according to their location.
All agencies have their own rules and regulations and it is dependent on the jurisdiction. However, as a general statement of procedure; the PO acts as an investigator - submits his report to the sentencing judge - and the judge will hold a hearing in which he will hear your testimony - after which...
Yes, Inmates in a prison can inherit real estate.
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a friend of mine did not go to college for her position. She started out as a reserve officer,and they don't get paid for the work. its considered volunteer and when a position came open, she applied and used her reserve experience as a way to gain that probation position. the people knew her in law...
Define what you mean by "closes your case." They might 'close' it because you have completed your probation period and no longer require supervision, although you are usually summoned back to court so that the sentencing judge can tell you this in person. Or - he might 'close' the case because he...
It can be called parole Freedictionary.com defines parole as "The conditional release of a person convicted of a crime prior to the expiration of that ..."
In a work place environment, a probationary period is an allotted time frame in which a new employees work strategies and methods are being reviewed by the hiring manager. Generally these periods range from 30-180 days. In a legal environment, probation is a legal punishment given by a judge in...
A determinate sentence means an exact release date. No early release, no parole. Indeterminate sentence provides a hearing by a sentencing review board after a minimum amount of years has been served.
There are no published bailbond amounts. Circumstances such as your criminal record, and the severity of the offense and your likliehood of fleeing prosecution all enter into the judge's calculations. Be advised that you are facing some SERIOUS prison time. The federal penalty alone for this offense...
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For employment questions while on parole, instead of asking on this venue, you should really consult with your PO. You can be sure that he/she won't accept an answer from this site as justification for an improper action on your part.
i would like to know if a probabtion officer has a probationer falsely detained and jaile dare there consequences for the probation officer? and if not how can we report information on a probation officer legally?
VERY unlikely. You are more likely to be remanded to jail to serve the remainder of your sentence. If you couldn't be trusted the first time around, why should the judge trust you a second time? Judge's give second chances all the time. It really depends on what kind of violation it is. Added:...
If you were violating your parole and it had gone far enough for a warrant to be issued for you, just because the original parole time-period expired doesn't mean anything. The fact is you never satisfactorily carried out, or completed, your parole. You are still liable for completing your sentence...
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What do you mean by "probation off." As long as you are not under travel or residency restrictions you may move and go wherever it is you wish.
Insufficient information. Teach WHAT? To WHO? If you're asking if you could possibly get a teaching certificate to teach in public or private schools..., you would have to check with your state licensing agency.
Parole is when a person has been released from prison after serving a portion of their sentence. Probation is a punishment given instead of jail time, so that the person can be monitored.
This can't possibly be answered on this venue. No one but you even knows what type of sentence you are on parole from. Check wtih your P.O. to make sure that you aren't restricted to some geographic area, like your Parish for instance. If not, be guided by his instructions.
Inmates typically are notified of the parole decision within thirty days of the hearing. It is possible in some situations for this to take longer, but typically the inmate is notified of this as well.
Yes, if the convicted felon has access to the rifle, it is illegal. Not exactly. The convicted felon cannot posses a firearm, but thatdoes not mean everyone in the household is also punished and bannedfrom possessing a firearm.
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Education and training. A bachelor's degree in social work, criminal justice, psychology, or a related field is usually required. Some employers require a master's degree in criminal justice, social work, psychology, or a related field for candidates who do not have previous related experience....
Most likely means that the person doing the report didnt find any members of your family to talk to. Bring this up at the hearing.
Amnesty, Pardon, Parole, or the Commutation of their sentence.
Yes, within custody and supervision, under the parole stipulations.
If you are over the age of 17 and have been convicted of an offense, your sentence could include probation. Probation allows you to live in your town as long as you follow certain rules set by the court. If any of the rules are broken, the judge may re-sentence you for the original offense. Parole...
You could do a search under your states department of corrections website. Just look for it on google. Or you could go to the related link and search by your state.
umm 7 years i would think
There's no law against it although their individual agencies may have some kind of internal rule or policy that addresses it.
Not always, but the answer to what you're probably asking is yes. If you are convicted of a felony, you are from then on always a felon, UNLESS you get acquitted of the charges later.
It means simply that the Department of corrections (parole board specifically) has determined that the inmate can be safely reintegrated back into society on a conditional release, with supervision lasting typically for two years, sometimes as long as five to ten years, and rarely for life except in...
Probation is a sentence, not a crime. A felony is a level of crime.
what does signing a deferral mean if on parole and got arrested
That's the discretion of state law and the judge. Some states have a Project Exile law, which imposes a minimum mandatory sentence (usually around five years) for any crime or legal violation in which firearms were involved.
Yes. That's what their job is.
Allowing a convicted person to remain at liberty while being subjected to certain conditions and restrictions.
In accordance with the laws of your state you you will have to file to have your record expunged.
Many PO's have close working arrangements with the judge's they serve. He/she may be telling your the truth. However know this, voluntary surrender or not, one way or the other they're going to get you - make no mistake about that. If you turn yourself in voluntarily it will CERTAINLY go easier for...
Absolutely not. Regardless of how lenient it seems, probation IS a sentence for being found (or having pled) Guilty. If you flee your probation sentence you are the same as an escapee.
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Only if the CA courts approve the transfer request, and if TN agress to accept your supervision. If these two things do not occur, no.
The Life sentence in Florida is until you die in the prison. There is no chance for parole, but if you get exonerated (innocent due to lack of evidence), you are legally allowed to leave the prison.