Does it violate my probation if my name is used in a police report?
Somerville, MA |
I have been falsely accused for property damage in a police report. I am scared it will violate my probation and the police will come to my home to arrest me. I'm hoping I will be contacted and I can tell my side of the story before I get arrested.
If your name merely appears in a police report you are not likely in violation of your probation. However, if you are named as the suspect who committed the crime in the police report you likely will be found in violation. It would be prudent to contact your probation officer before you get arrested and tell him/her your side of the story.
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Generally an accusation isn't a violation. Generally an arrest (or a finding of probable cause) is a violation.
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