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The presiding judge can 1. reinstate probation, 2. revoke probation and sentence to jail/prison for up to the time remaining on the probation (i.e. if felon A sentenced to two years probation on a charge allowing two years prison, and felon A has served one year of probation before violating, the maximum sentence at time of probation violation would be up to one year.) Part of what is stated above is not true. Lets say… Read More
How can a person going to court find out if they're eligible for probation task in Cook County Illinois?
Talk to your attorney.
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Two of the forerunners of probation are judicial reprieve and bail. A third forerunner of probation is for a person to be released on their own recognizance.
Depends upon the conditions of your probation. Contact your probation officer.
That means reporting to a probation officer as directed for two years.
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To supervise and oversee those who have been sentenced to probation to ensure that they carry out the terms of their sentence and do nothing to violate their status.
Not typically. Even in cases where the two are a married couple, probation may require they reside separately. One of the most common probation stipulations is no contact with other felons.
Depend on weather the relationship was already established,and probation stipulations
The Pennsylvania Board of Probation & Parole does not fall under or answer to the Dept. of Corrections. The Parole Board answers to the state senate for funding purposes and is under the direct control of the Governor. Local probation offices answer to the President Judge of the county except for two counties in PA which do not have their own county Probation Departments. In those two counties the PA Board of Probation & Parole… Read More
Technical Rules Violation (a violation of the terms and conditions of the probation) and New Crime Violation.
Insufficient info. Are you currently on MISDEMEANOR or FELONY probation? What is the nature of the two violations? Why don't you ask your PO?
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If neither are subject to any probation prohibitions, there should not be any legal reason they cannot marry.
This usually means that the person received a sentence to prison for a specific amount of time, generally exceeding the two years mentioned. But that sentence, provided the person completes two years of probation successfully, is withheld. When the person completes the two years' probation, his sentence is completed and he is no longer in the system. However if he violates the terms of his probation he could be sent to prison to complete the… Read More
How do you you get a probation officer to call you back when you have called at least twice a week for two months?
Call the probation department and ask to speak to the supervisor.
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Any person sentenced to probation is required to adhere to the rules of said probation. Most often there is a rule that requires no socialization with any other person(s) on probation or felons. However if both persons do not have that as a requirement then it is legally allowed.
If your probation is revoked then you could be required to serve the two years that were withheld initially.
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Yes, you can. As a matter of fact, as a minor you can be put on probation for any minor or major criminal infraction. It is solely up to the discretion of the judge hearing the case.
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What do you mean by over? If the Court has discharged you from probation then no. The Court cannot give you jail time on your probation charge after you have been discharged from probation. If, for example, you were granted a two year term of probation that was due to expire on 02/01/10 but failed to report and a warrant was issued in 2009 then you are not off the hook. The Court can suspend… Read More
What does it mean when a person receives a 3 year sentence withheld after serving 2 years already on probation?
It means that they have been found guilty and given a three year jail sentence, with two years probation up-front. If they serve those two years SUCCESSFULLY, they will be discharged from probation, and the remaining year of the sentence will be withheld. Probation is TOUGH - there can be a lot of rules and restrictions but - REMEMBER - you are on the outside. Don't screw up!
Intermediate probation, intensive probabtion, strict probation, and "file drawer" probation.
There is no bond to be released for being locked up on a probation violation. Probation IS a sentence for being found guilty. You don't get two free bites at the apple. You've just collected a 'Go Directly to Jail' card.
Administrative probation is sometimes referred to as "Court supervised" probation. Administrative Probation means you will not have to report monthly in person to a probation officer. However, you are still on probation. You still must complete all required terms and conditions of your probation or you face a warrant for your arrest for Violation of Probation.
If you are on probation you have already been found guilty. Probation is a sentence for being found guilty. If you commit a violation of your probation you don't get a separate trial for that violation. It means that you have put yourself in jeapordy of the original sentencing judge remanding you to jail to serve the remainder of your sentence. You don't get two bites at the apple.
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Yes! The severity of the violation is a major factor.
Yes you can. But the county in which you live will be the one in which you'll be on probation. The judge can add special terms and conditions to match the needs of the justice system of both counties.
Yona Cohn has written: 'The court and the probation officer, two interacting systems' -- subject(s): Juvenile courts, New York, N.Y., Probation
Yes, your probation will be revoked if you do not pay probation fees, if you miss your probation hearing, or if you fail a drug test.
Two previously convicted persons on parole and/or probation or any combination may not cohabitate without previous permission from the supervising agents of both parties.
When a probation officer visits a house, sometimes he feels he might be in danger. Sometimes he is dealing with a person he feels is a dangerous criminal. Sometimes he wants backup. After all, good honest law abiding citizens are not on probation. Crooks, thieves, robbers, and murderers are on probation. Some of those people and their friends are dangerous. As a result, sometimes probation officers have police officers work with them.
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It depends on the circumstances (why the person is on probation) and the terms of the probation.
The judge who granted you probation sentences you if your probation is revoked.
Yes I'm afraid you can violate a probation you don't have
After. A person is not on probation until they are sentenced to probation by the Court. Why would they get a probation officer until they are sentenced?