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Written by attorney Zak Taylor Goldstein | Apr 25, 2017

Six Frequently Asked Questions About Probation Detainers in Pennsylvania

There are cases in which it may be possible to have a probation detainer lifted. This guide includes the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about probation detainers in Pennsylvania.

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