Legal Advice for Probation — 387 results
Written by Avvo Staff, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
A person who commits and is convicted of a crime always has a penalty to pay whether it is jail time, fines, or even time in prison. One of the ways society has deemed a proper payment for... more
Written by attorney Kevin K. Denton, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Complete Probation When you are convicted of a misdemeanor, the court will normally impose a period of informal probation. This period can be for 1, 2 or even 3 years. Generally, the... more
Written by attorney Michael Haber, 11 months ago.
Probation is a criminal sentence. It is a period of formal supervision which must be served while strictly adhering to stringent terms and conditions. Most people successfully complete... more
Written by attorney Robert Nye, over 1 year ago.
Probation is a very real sentence. Probation puts a defendant under the courts strict supervision, through a probation officer, for a certain period of time. Most of the time, whether... more
Written by attorney Alfonso Gambone, 7 months ago.
The basic objective of probation is to provide a vehicle for the rehabilitation without incarceration. While on probation an individual is subject to drug testing, regular appointments... more
Written by attorney Tristan Legrande, 5 months ago.
Brief overview of what happens if you are accused of violating your probation or parole. I am being charged with violating my probation / parole - what is going to happen? The consequences,... more
Written by attorney Christopher Kaigle, over 1 year ago.
Often times, clients are concerned about potential consequences and penalties for violating probation and want to know what will happen when their violation is merely technical in nature.... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Hackworth, over 1 year ago.
Often time for many people unfamiliar with the criminal justice system have heard the term probation before, but are totally unaware of what it exactly means.
First and foremost,... more
Written by attorney Julia E. Simmons, 3 months ago.
Did you get kicked out of your DUI Alcohol Program? Did you fail to pay your fines or do your DUI community service? Have you been told there's a warrant for your arrest and you're not... more
Written by attorney Summer Goldman, over 1 year ago.
Are you tired of reporting to your probation officer every month? Follow this guide to get off early.
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