Better check with your parole officer. You may have to serve out the rest of your sentance.
Violating probation will result in a warrant, arrest and probably jail. There is no statute of limitations for a warrant.
If you have an out of state warrant for probation vialation, you must present yourself in that state to have it takin care of.
No. If you violated the terms of your sentence by violating it, you never satisfactorily completed your sentence.
Question is unclear - but - are you asking what will happen if you are on probation and commit another offense for which an arrest warrant is issued (???) - It most likely will result in your violating your probation for the original sentence and very probably mean that you could be remanded to jail for violation of parole (VOP).
This would be a probation violation warrant for a person who was on felony probation.
A probation warrant is issued when a person violates the terms of their probation. The warrant is issued by the court and the person must appear to explain their actions to the judge.
Violation of Probation Warrant
If the offense you were found guilty of when you received your probation sentence was a felony, then your violation will be a felony warrant.
A blue warrant is a violation of probation/parole
My daughter was on probation for petty theft in riverside county, ca. Then she was at Disneyland with friends and family and was charged with another petty theft, it went to jury trial and she was proven innocent on both charges, for violating and the petty theft. Now when she called riverside courts to see about have her record expunged, because as far as she knew she should have been off probation. She then is told that she has a warrant for violating her probation. She also was never contacted about this in any way, we thought it was all over.
If it is the probation officer's warrant then yes, but they probably will not. If it is the judge's warrant the probation officer cannot.
No. It is your probation officer's responsibilty to have you taken into custody on the warrant when you report. If your officer told you you have a warrant, then you may not report.
Probation or jail, or jail and then probation, it depends upon the judge.
Possibly. Your probation officer has all the power. If they feel you are a danger to the community they CAN violate your probation and if you fail to come in voluntarly, a warrant will be issued.
It's POSSIBLE. Because. . ., if the judge knew you you had an outstanding criminal warrant at the time he gave you a lenient sentence of probation. . . he might not have offered you probation in the first place.
Violation Of Probation
Yes. A "white warrant" means a warrant issued for a parole/probation revocation.
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.
a probation warrant or a failure to appear warrant would be state wide and it could be valid in other states, depending the extradtion limits put into the system
In many states, probation officers are sworn law enforcement officers so, yes, they can arrest you on a properly issued warrant.
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.