A probation warrant is issued when a person violates the terms of their probation. The warrant is issued by the court and the person must appear to explain their actions to the judge.
If the offense you were found guilty of when you received your probation sentence was a felony, then your violation will be a felony warrant.
If you have an out of state warrant for probation vialation, you must present yourself in that state to have it takin care of.
If it is the probation officer's warrant then yes, but they probably will not. If it is the judge's warrant the probation officer cannot.
No. It is your probation officer's responsibilty to have you taken into custody on the warrant when you report. If your officer told you you have a warrant, then you may not report.
Violation of Probation Warrant
Probation or jail, or jail and then probation, it depends upon the judge.
Possibly. Your probation officer has all the power. If they feel you are a danger to the community they CAN violate your probation and if you fail to come in voluntarly, a warrant will be issued.
Violation Of Probation
It's POSSIBLE. Because. . ., if the judge knew you you had an outstanding criminal warrant at the time he gave you a lenient sentence of probation. . . he might not have offered you probation in the first place.
Yes. A "white warrant" means a warrant issued for a parole/probation revocation.