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Sometimes 24 months probation has to do with criminal law. That means a person committed a crime. For the next 24 months he or she must make a probation officer aware of his or her whereabouts 24 hours a day. Also the probation officer may require said person to appear at a certain place within a certain length of time at any moment, day or night during that period. Also if the probationer commits a crime, that person will go to jail and then face a judge.

Other times 24 months probation would have to do with a job. A probational employee is one that can be fired with no answer given. During that time period the boss can simply say, "You are fired." After the probationary period, the person becomes a full time employee.

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It means the person is on probation for a period of 6 months.

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What happens when you get a DUI and are on probation for a DUI?

That's a violation of your probation. Most likely 6 months in jail.

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If a warrant is issued for a violation of probation then the clock stops until probation is either reinstated or revoked in open court. If it is reinstated the amount of time between the violation and reinstatement will be added to the original probation period. Say you are on probation for 3 years and you are 16 months into your term and you violate the terms and ran for 4 months you would still have the 16 months remaining the 4 months would be what they call "dead time".

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