It is strictly up to the probation officer. I think that it also depends on the violation, i.e., is it a technical violation (not reporting, not paying supervision fees, fines) or was there another crime "allegedly" committed. But usually, yes. And as far as the "10 day rule"....that is not true. I have known of people being incarcerated waiting for another state to come pick them up for up to 30 days, not counting weekends. Your question is rather vague. I don't know if said person is currently incarcerated. I think it also depends on when the violation occurred. I am certainly no expert, but am speaking from what I know and what *I* have seen with my own eyes. The best thing to do is to contact the probation officer or the probation office (if the specific officers name is not known). Hope this helps!
It depends on what the violation is and what you are on probation for.
here in the state of Florida the is no statue of limitation on a probation violation (SORRY)
Yes, in most cases they will confirm extradition for violation of probation.
Florida will come to Alaska to get u if u violate felony probation...they will come anywhere....
no the will go to jail in the state that they are in
THERE SAFE AS LONG AS THERE NOT IN THE STATE THEY RECIEVED THE DUI
In Florida, Yes. VOP is a felony even if the original crime was a misdemeanor.
Unfortunately there is NO statue of limitations on a Warrant. I think you have this mixed up with a Statute of Limitation on the actual Crime you were placed on probation for.
In all probability, yes. All felony VOP's are extraditable.
Yes, they could... if they wanted to. It might depend on the seriousness of the original offense and what the VOP consisted of.