Description: The Probation Revocation Hearing Violations of probation usually lead to certain consequences based on the specific circumstances, but if the probation revocation hearing occurs, it is because the violation is severe enough. The court will conduct the hearing with the violator as the defendant. From a new infraction that violated the law, the ...
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Description: What Is a Revocation Hearing? A revocation hearing can refer to one of two things: a probation revocation hearing or a parole revocation hearing. A revocation hearing is a court hearing before a judge in which the judge decides whether to revoke your probation or your parole. If you are revoked, you face serious jail time.
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Description: The Probation Revocation Hearing. A probation revocation hearing happens in court, without a jury. Both the defense and prosecution may present evidence to show the judge why the defendant should or should not be subjected to whatever penalty the judge originally ordered, but suspended.
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Description: A probation revocation hearing is different from a criminal trial in several ways. Simply put- a probation revocation hearing occurs when you are charged with violating the terms of your probation and are ordered to appear before a judge who will decide, by a preponderance of the evidence, whether you have violated the terms of your probation.
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Description: Revocation Hearing is a hearing held to determine whether or not a person has violated the conditions of probation. The judge conducts a hearing conducted to determine whether the probation is to be revoked. If the court finds that a violation of the conditions of probation has occurred, the judge may revoke the probation and impose all or part ...
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Description: At a revocation hearing, the judge determines whether or not the defendant admits guilt or pleas innocent to violating their parole or probation. This is legally termed the preliminary revocation hearing.
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Description: Introduction. For any individual on parole, violating a condition of their parole is a constant concern. There are many conditions of parole that are very easily violated and the burden of proving a violation of parole is much lower in a parole revocation hearing than is proving a person guilty of a criminal offense.
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Description: The hearing at which this is done is loosely called a pre-revocation hearing, although this term is rarely used in court. If the judge finds there is probable cause to support a probation violation, the judge may issue an arrest warrant, a bench warrant, or if the probationer is present, a detention order.
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