Will just being questioned by law enforcement be grounds for a probation violation?
Not if you have done nothing wrong. Unless one of the conditions of your probation is to immediately notify your P.O. that you had contact with L.E. Failing to do so can get you violated by your P.O.
Will your probation be revoked if it is violated for the first time but is not a drug related violation in Tyler Texas?
no Probably not but any violation of the terms of probation is grounds for revocation. It depends mostly on the mood of the probation officer, current policy, and the nature of the violation. Other factors include the nature of the conviction, the class of offense (minor misdemeanor vs. major felony), how crowded the jail is, or if TDCJ is accepting prisoners, etc.
I after just being placed on probation was a nervous wreck with the same question. Every state is different and it also will depend on if the probation was for a traffic offense in the first place. Assuming it was not you shouldbeall set. Here's the deal if you are on supervised probation you MUST report it to your probation officer because in your monthy review it asks "Have you had any police contact?" if…
If your spouse is on probation for felony battery against you you're still married but it says nowhere in the judgment that contact is forbidden is that still be grounds for revocation?
No. It might be in the best interest of the survivor spouse to request a protective order. If it is granted then the person in question would be subject to arrest and would be in violation of probation terms and most likely would have to serve the sentence that was imposed suspended to allow probation. Revocation of probation is when the judges takes away the probation and the person must serve their sentence out in…
On what grounds would strict constructionists of the US Constitution have questioned the purchase of the Louisiana Territory?
If you write a letter to the judge about your concerns of your sons drug use can that violate his probaton?
If your son is currently on probation AND he is currently continuing to use drugs then, yes. A letter from his mother would be reasonable grounds to have the probation office look into his activities. On the other hand, if you are concrned for your son, it might be the best thing to do. If he was to be 'violated' and go to jail/prison he would be forced into some kind of rahabilitation program.
They have the ability to waive their Miranda rights, but if they ask for their parents it is the same as asking for a lawyer, and from then on a parent must be present. Another View: Please define "questioned." If you are referring to a School Resource Officer (SRO) simply speaking with a student while on the school grounds, it most certainly IS allowed. The situation might change only if the juvenile/student was actually in…
Is it right for a the Federal housing commission to deney you because you have a felony that is a SIS 3 years probation?
It could be, but the status and legality of the Notarization itself would have to be questioned. Of course you can go to the trouble of challenging it, but simply because the witnesses to the document are no longer living or cannot be located is probably insufficient grounds for voiding the document.
What is meant by a rejection on probation from employment can only be appealed under legal or constitutional grounds?
A: It is only possible to give an answer in the abstract, as a list of all reported miracles would be endless. The great British philosopher, David Hume describes a miracle as a violation of the laws of nature. In determining whether any event was indeed a miracle, Hume cautions us to compare the instances of the violation of truth in the testimony of men, with those of the violation of the laws of nature…
It sure is. All vehicles must have all equipment in working order in order to be deemed safe to operate on any public highway. This includes, tail lamps, turn signals, brake lights, license plate lights, and seatbelts. Any of these missing items is grounds for violation, and/or impounding of vehicle until such repairs are completed.
Lease says that landlord is responsible for lawn mowing. Landlord will not honor this. Can lease be broken by tenant?
What reasonable suspicion essentially means is that if a law enforcement officer believes that he or someone else is in danger he has the right to check someone for weapons. The basis is "would a reasonable person see this as a threat. If the answer is yes there are likely grounds for reasonable suspicion.
Section 265.06 Unlawful possession of a weapon upon school grounds It shall be unlawful for any person age sixteen or older to knowingly possess any air-gun, spring-gun or other instrument or weapon in which the propelling force is a spring, air, piston or co2 cartridge in or upon a building or grounds, used for educational purposes, of any school, college or university, without the written authorization of such educational institution. Unlawful possession of a weapon…
The answer to this question depends on whether the individual is required to report the misdemeanor to a law enforcement, regulatory, or licensure board. For example, physicians in Florida are required to report both misdemeanor and felony convictions to the Board of Medicine. Failure to do so is grounds for disciplinary action.
If you possession or authorization of a persons medical records is it legal to post them online publicly?
Is it legal for a man to take a finger print from another person if hes not a cop and with out a warrant?
Can you get children PFA on father who while with kids had DUI and 2 counts reckless endangerment on top of probation for PFA violations pending stalking charges and out of jail on bail driving them?
These laws (if they even still exist) differ from state-to-state. Adultery is grounds for divorce in every state, but I do not believe that it is any longer a violation of criminal law in most (all?) states. note: An opinion piece, non-responsive to the question, was moved to the discussion page by Wiki Supervisor.
The only real requirement is to say "You're under arrest," but not all states give private citizens the power of arrest. You then make every effort to deliver the arrested person into the custody of a law enforcement officer as soon as possible. it's very important to be sure of your grounds for making an arrest. If you don't have your ducks lined up, the person arrested can sue you for false arrest and/or bring…