No, and you may be prohibited from enlisting after your probation is discharged.
after your probation ends
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 your probation if you violate the terms. Once it is ordered suspended then the Court retains jurisdiction until you are either relieved from probation supervision, continued on probation with a time extension, or revoked and sentenced to jail or prison.
If the court has discharged them from their sentence of probation, yes, they can travel wherever they please.
No. Obligations to the government cannot be discharged through bankruptcy action.
Revoked - Sentence/Probation
Debt discharged -- you no longer owe that money to that person.
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!
what does probation mean
Your bankruptcy case has been completed and it is now finished! discharged!
If you SUCCESSFULLY completed your probation sentence and were released from probation by the judge who sentenced you, you cannot now be charged with a VOP. HOWEVER, if you only THINK that your probation expired but you haven't gone to court to hear the judges discharge, you are NOT released just because the date came and went. The key words are "SUCCESSFULLY completed" and "were DISCHARGED" by the judge.