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Probation Violation Defense

Posted by donelson_admin on June 8, 2008

Ways in Which You Can Violate Your Probation

  • Changing your residence without authorization or notification to your probation agent
  • Failing to pay fines or restitution
  • Failing a drug or alcohol test
  • Being arrested for a new crime
  • Missing an appointment with your probation officer
  • Failing to complete a court-ordered program
  • Failure to appear at a scheduled court appointment
  • Associating with a known criminal
  • Leaving the state without the permission of your probation agent
  • Failing to maintain school or employment

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      Ways in Which You Can Violate Your Probation
      • Changing your residence without authorization or notification to your probation agent
      • Failing to pay fines or restitution
      • Failing a drug or alcohol test
      • Being arrested for a new crime
      • Missing an appointment with your probation officer
      • Failing to complete a court-ordered program
      • Failure to appear at a scheduled court appointment
      • Associating with a known criminal
      • Leaving the state without the permission of your probation agent
      • Failing to maintain school or employment