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What is the difference between probation and suspended sentence? How will the courts find a violation of the sentence?

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My ex abuser has been found guilty of violating protective orders and stalking po for 6 years. In sept he found guilty again, violated again in oct. and was released. He was given suspended time in sept., yet released after a guilty in october. Wouldn't that be a violation of the suspended sentence in sept? Im so confused.

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Probation is when the Defendant, who has been convicted, must report regularly to a Probation Officer. A suspended sentence usually means they are simply released and there is no further sentence/punishment to be done. The rest is too convoluted to understand. Sorry.

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