Im confused, if you were found not guilty of a crime, then what were you given probation for and why wasnt it dismissed at the time when you were found not guilty. Usually, that is what happens, unless you got probation for another part of the crime that wasnt part of this judgement. When you violate probation, you go back before the judge and between them and the probation officer they decide if you should go to jail or get more or different type of probation and more FINES. Is it really worth the hassle?
You should be asking what happens if you violate your probation, because the same sanctions will occur for whatever reason you violate your probation. You will be arrested and returned to court to address this violation of probation. The punishment can range from a warning to complete revocation of your probation and incarceration.
Probation revoked and probably jail time. Don't sleep on your stomach!
If you violate probation in Florida, a warrant will be issued for your arrest. If you are arrested, you will be fined and possibly jailed depending on the situation.
It depends on what the violation is.
Normally you are sent back to jail to complete the time you were given, before your probation
It depends on the terms of your probation, but probably not.
It depends on what you were on probation for, but if you do it any amount at all you are going to jail just about anywhere in Florida.
No way of telling. How badly did you violate? The worst thing that could happen is that they revoke your parole and remand you to jail to serve the remainder of your sentence behind bars. But most often, in the overloaded California juvenile justice system, nothing happens when someone violates probation. The probation may be extended.
If a person violates probation for child support they may be jailed. The punishment will vary depending on the laws in the state.
Don't make me violate my probation!
You are punished for the first misdemeanor AND the second one, too.
You get a bench warrant and go to jail
More than likely you will go to prison depending on the charge
Yes I'm afraid you can violate a probation you don't have
Your original probation will VERY likely be immediately revoked and you'll be remanded to jail, and you will be charged and prosecuted for the new felony crime.
Yes, that's what usually happens when you violate probation. It gets revoked and you go 'inside' for the remainder of your sentence.
They can violate you and lock you up. You agreed to the terms of your probation when you signed the form, so you're responsible for completing them.
Yes - if you violate the terms of that probation.
Prove that you did not violate your probation.
If you violate probation you could be sentenced to serve the remainder of your original sentence behind bars.
It may depend on WHAT you're on probation for, and what the restrictions of your probation are.
No. Whatever the reason (or excuse) - it is never lawful or legal to violate your probation and you do so at your peril.
If you are referring stictly to a Violation of Probation charge (VOP) then you can't charged with a VOP if you're NOT on probation. However, you can "violate" any law at any time and be charged with the offense.
Worst case scenario: You will be remanded to jail to serve out the remainder of your sentence.
In some cases you may go to jail. In other cases house arrest is possible. In the overloaded California juvenile justice system, unfortunately nothing happens when a minor violates probation.