Can probation be revoked for forgetting to tell officer of medication you are taking?
FORGETTING to tell??? Possibly - especially if it is a 'scheduled' or a prescription drug -and- you'd better be able to produce a prescription for it.
No, your probation is for a past offense and can be revoked at any point by your probation officer. ANSWER No you do not need to be found guilty of new charges. Any violation of the conditions of probation can result in revocation. Probation officers do not revoke probation only a judge can order probation revoked.
When a man is on probation and does a crime does he get locked up automatically or when he see his probation officer?
I had my first probation violation for blowing a .04 i am on probation for meth manufactoring what can happen?
It depends on how serious the probation violation is considered to be. Your violation wasn't a repeat of the offense you were on probation for, so it's really up to your probation officer. He can give you a warning and another chance, or he can have you arrested and sent to a hearing where your probation could be revoked, and you would serve out your jail sentence.
Can my probation be revoked for being too poor in the state of Texas when all I have left is my attorney fees?
If im on probation with two different cities and in one of them cities im so close to getting off of probation and the other city revokes my probation then should i tell my probation officer about the new charges and if so why or why not should them?
What can you do if you had a positive ua and the meds you were on made this positive yet your probation officer wants to have you revoked?
The certified chemical lab that processed the test would have sent a print out that showed clearly each drug in your urine sample. The ones that are illegal are the reason for your being revoked. Any medication that was legally prescribed for you by a Medical Doctor, will be no problem in a urine test. Be honest with yourself and with your P.O. The UAs given can determine if the results are from medication or…
Will you spend the whole 3 years that you had left on probation in jail if you decide to turn yourself in after going to another state when your probation was revoked with 3 years left?
The probation officer will investigate and see if there was, in fact, a violation. If he or she believes a violation did occur, then the offender can be arrested, so as to have a court hearing. This hearing usually takes place between the prosecuting attorney, the offender and his attorney, the probation officer, and the judge. After hearing all of the facts and arguments, it is then that a judge decides if the offender's probation…
Most conditions of probation include a requirement to "obey all laws." By breaking the law, you violate the conditions of probation and may have the probation revoked. This means you could be sent to jail or prison on the original charge. If you are on probation, it is expected that you will not engage in activities that involve fleeing from the police. (A rhetorical question: do you think you are an exception?) And?
A revocation hearing is a due process hearing that must be conducted to determine whether the conditions of probation have been violated before probation can be revoked and the offender is removed for the community. Probation can be revoked when offenders fail to comply with the technical conditions of probation or commit new crimes.
This will depend on several things. First, did you get permission from your probation officer? If so, provided you adhered to the terms of the permission to travel outside the country, you are fine. If not, keep reading. Second, were you caught traveling outside the country while on probation? If not, you got lucky and will probably not have anything happen to you, unless someone finds out about it and notifies your probation officer. If…