Probation Revocation Hearings
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A probation violation occurs when you break, violate or do not meet the terms or conditions of your probation conditions.
For Misdemeanors, probation typically runs for one but may be longer depending on the number of charges.
Ways to violate probation are as follows:
- Not appearing for a court-ordered appearance
- Failing to report to your probation officer as scheduled
- Not paying any required fines or restitution (to victims) as ordered by a court
- Visiting certain people or places, or traveling out of state without the permission of your probation officer
- Possessing, using, or selling illegal drugs
- Committing other crimes or offenses
- Not staying away from an alleged victim
- Getting arrested for another offense, regardless of whether criminal or not
Consequences for Violating Probation:
- Summons to appear to court
- hearing in front of a judge – no trial hearings
- theft involving grave markings
- theft of vehicle or parts valued above $100
- theft of a destructive device (including explosives)