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.
Talk with your probation officer or judge. You need to understand the legal grounds of this matter.
if you violate any of your conditions of probation that were set by the judge, it will be enough grounds for the judge to revoke your probation.
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 you do not report the ticket you are falsifying this document and then can be violated. In I have spoken with several probation supervisors in RI that state MINOR traffic offenses are not grounds for revocation and need not be reported if on unsupervised probation. Hope this helps.
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 jail.
When Dickson made rude comments about Rachel's character.
The President can dismiss him on grounds of bribery,treason or violation of the constitution.
On the grounds that the president was not specifically given the power to purchase new lands is why the strict constructionists of the US constitution would have questioned the purchase of the Louisiana Territory. The purchase doubled the US land size at the time.
It depends on the circumstance. If they discover that you've been abusing the medication in any way, it may produce grounds for your probation officer to seize the medication.
No. An eviction caused by the violation of the lease by the tenant is grounds for deposit forfeiture.
upon arrest/ if the officer see's an illegal object/substance (called in plain view), or if the individual is on probation or parole
Probable cause ithat you committed the offense is grounds for arrest. For instance, understand that when you are issued a traffic citation, the officer can arrest you and book you on the violation. Being issued a citation and allowed to go on your way is a courtesy, but NOT a requirement.
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Grounds for impeachment in the Philippine setting include: -culpable violation of the constitution -graft and corruption -bribery -betrayal of public trust actually, these apply to almost every country, as these are major crimes against the people.
Possibly. Each law enforcement agency establishes its own standards for hiring. Conduct that would be grounds for termination by one law enforcement agency might be discounted by another.
"Probable cause" is a term in law enforcement that means the authorities must have reasonable grounds before conducting a search or pressing a charge.
The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (Federal law) does NOT permit carrying a firearm on school grounds if it is prohibited by state law.
He didn't have to agree. He was in violation of the WWE's Talent Wellness Program too many times, and that was grounds to terminate his contract without further compensation.
The correct term is Coffee grounds.
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None. As a formerly convicted person, anything you are found in possession of that can be used or interpreted as a weapon is grounds for charging you. Keep in mind also that anything can be used as a weapon. ANYTHING. The interpretation is up to the individual.
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Bigamy. Rachel Jackson's first husband indicated that he had divorced her before she married Jackson, but he never completed the legal process. This was subsequently arranged and the Jacksons remarried in 1794, 3 years after their first ceremony.
This is not a question that is open to opinion. If the laws and regulations allow it, then. . . .'it is what it is.' If you feel that you have legal grounds to contest their ruling, you may seek assistance and/or file suit.
he/she will immediately be suspended. from there, they will have a hearing where it will then be determined whether or not he/she will even be allowed back into the public school system. the student will receive probation, and an ankle bracelet on most occasions
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