You have your federal probation revoked and, further, face prosecution for the state offense.
His probation officer.
Yes, my brother is on Federal parole
There are Probation Officers and then there are Federal Probation officers... Who pays them? The goverment! As a Probation officer i get paid by the State and enjoy all the health benefits that the state offers.
It's possible. Talk to your probation officer.
Be cautious with this. Your probation may have some restriction in it that prevents you from associating with known criminals, or wording to that effect. Contact your probation officer for clarification.
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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.
The answer is no. The federal judge needs to formally terminate supervision. This is accomplished by either defense counsel or the USPO petitioning the court.
you may have to serve the remainder of your sentence
Yes, but HIGHLY unlikely.
Their activities are covered under the employers insurance.
No, federal law outlaws marijuana and state law does not affect what federal law says.
yes, DON'T USE IT!!!
If I understand the question correctly - - - you are on probation AND you got caught with a shotgun in your car. If that is the case - your probation will be revoked and you will go to jail, AND be charged with a new offense (possibly federal as well) of felon in possession of a firearm). Congratulations! You are now eligible to spend 15 years in federal prison.
Yes. Why did you think the judge couldn't?
Only your federal PO and the judge know the answer to this question.
Under State law- possibly. Under Federal law, you would be sentenced to 5 years in prison, no probation, no parole.
The only difference is the level of government that they work for. One supervises released violators convicted and sentenced for FEDERAL crimes, the other supervises released violators convicted of STATE crimes.
Federal law. 5 yrs, Federal prison, no probation, no parole. See Operation Exile.
It depends on the respective authorities and the terms of the federal probation. While former prisoners are free to travel from Pennsylvania to Las Vegas, many of them are under supervision and surveillance for several months and even years. With the above said, it can be noted that the terms of Federal probation are based on the type of crime the former inmate was charged with. Many people on probation are required to have periodic drug tests, in such situations, distant travel would be restricted and in the example of Nevada and Pennsylvania, that distance of travel may not be available.
Federal crime- in ANY state. Minimum 5 years in a Federal prison, no probation, no parole.