Yes they can because you have two charges against you and each one has to be handled in court separately. The judge will look at the person before him and if it is a first misdemeanor offence will generally go easy on that person, but two is getting up there and it appears that person has not learned their lesson. Laws are for a reason and without them people get out of control.
It is highly unlikely that would happen if the misdemeanor convictions were concurrent.
On the other hand if the second offense was committed while the person was on probation, the person will be required to serve the original sentence that was suspended in lieu of probation as well as any sentence resulting from a second conviction.
If you are referring stictly to a Violation of Probation charge (VOP) then you can't charged with a VOP if you're NOT on probation. However, you can "violate" any law at any time and be charged with the offense.
A misdemeanor is a lesser criminal offense that a person can be charged with. Misdemeanors are not as serious as being charged with a felony.
if you are on probation and get violated with a drug charge what is the jail time you are facing also you had a warrant for your arrest.Added; You will probably be "violated" at the time you are arrested and charged. They're not going to let you stay out on probation if you can't keep yourself out of criminal situations.
If you got into criminal trouble before you were on probation. You would be in jail and not on probation. Probation is for if you are not in jail. They can't happen at the same time.Unless, you are picked up while on probation, but that would be a violation of your probation which we would be very quickly revoked.Added: The question is worded very unclearly. Probation is a sentence for being found guilty of a criminal offense for which you were charged and brought to court.It is a very lenient sentence, but it IS a sentence nonetheless.If you violate the provisions of your probation you can be taken into custody for VOP and the judge will make a decision as to whether or not you will be punished for the VOP and, if so, in what fashion.If you re-offend (commit another offense while released on probation) you will have your probation revoked AND you will be charged with the new crime.
Meaning that they charged him with " High crimes and misdemeanors" in office.
Depends on the state, and what theft offense you are being charged with.
Misdemeanors. Congress passed some laws that they knew Johnson would break.
In most states: misdemeanors
see you when you get out.
Probation violations are not subject to a statute of limitations. You can be charged with the violation at any time.
If you are arrested for a crime in a different county, the county you're arrested in will run your record and discover that you are on probation. There's a very high possibility they will contact your probation officer, who will then recommend you be charged with probation violation. It is, also, most likely that a condition of your probation is to contact your PO when you're contacted by law enforcement. Not doing so is a violation of probation. The most likely result is that you'll be charged for the new crime in the new county, and charged for the probation violation in the county in which your probation office is located. Keep in mind that the probation office holds jurisdiction over the entire state; not just the one county.
they will b cause i am on probation and i violaed 2 times and it deepens on ur po
Yes, you were convicted. Probation IS a sentence. Probation is in lieu of (instead of) incarceration.
Yes, likely as not.
murder but he is innocent the are trying to put him on probation
Yes. Violating your probation is probably a separate charge.
Probation is a sentence for being found (or pleading) guilty. The length of the sentence is up to the judge.
Probation violation is not something with a limitation. You can essentially be charged with it at any time and be forced to complete your time.
If the terms of your probation were 'amended' that means that they were altered in some way. If you don't know how they were amended, I strongly suggest that you find out.
The government gauges differently if the defendant is charged and subject to probation. However, it is 2 to 10 years in Tennessee. There are no statues of limitations for violation of probation.
Check in with your probation officer. You may also have a problem if the person you are staying with has a record and/or is also on probation.
Probation violation in Kentucky is not something with a limitation. You can essentially be charged with it at any time and be forced to complete your time.
This depends on the jurisdiction in which you are being charged. Some are 4th Degree misdemeanors while some can be 1st degrees. Normally they are misdemeanors, however, some states have repeat offender laws in effect which can "bump" them up to felonies. I can better answer your question If you explain to me which state you are being charged in.
You will be charged with driving while your license is suspended. Whether or not you're on probation doesn't effect this particular offense. If you were on probation, driving with a suspended license is probably a violation of your probation, and a whole different issue.
You can be violated for failing to appear or you can be charged with absconding.