PROBATION VIOLATIONS / REVOCATION OF PROBATION – CRIMINAL PROCEDURE RULE 27.8 et. al.

Probation Violations have many consequences, which can often be lessened by involving experience criminal defense attorneys. If you are facing a probation violation, contact us to discuss representation.

The sentencing court may impose conditions of probation for those probation eligible offenses and a probation officer may also implement other conditions of probation. If a probationer violates the conditions and regulations of probation, the probation officer or the prosecutor may go back to petition the sentencing court to revoke probation. At that point the sentencing court may issue a summons directing the probationer to appear on a specified date or may issue a warrant for his/her arrest.

If the probationer admits to the violation, or after evidentiary hearing there exist a preponderance of evidence of a violation of probation, the sentencing court may revoke the probation and impose additional probation conditions, jail time, or may even impose a prison sentence for the crime originally charged.

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