Description: At the probation revocation hearing, you will be ordered to explain how and why you violated probation. Your probation officer, as well as the prosecutor, will be present at the hearing. In addition, you may plead with the judge, offer evidence that you have been improving while on probation or present testimony or letters from loved ones ...
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Description: Revocation Hearing Law and Legal Definition. 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 ...
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Description: Revocation definition, the act of revoking; annulment. See more.
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Description: Parole Revocation Hearing Once a parolee has been re-arrested for a violation, he will be held without bail in the county jail pending a hearing. The only people attending the parole revocation hearing are usually the parolee, the parole officer, and the hearing officer, though the parolee may have an attorney present if he desires.
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Description: This is legally termed the preliminary revocation hearing. Advertisement. If the probationer admits violating the conditions of probation or parole, the judge and prosecuting attorney determines whether the defendant will return jail or whether additional charges will be filed.
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Description: Revocation definition is - an act or instance of revoking. How to use revocation in a sentence.
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Description: Define revocation. revocation synonyms, revocation pronunciation, revocation translation, English dictionary definition of revocation. n. The act or an instance of revoking. rev′o·ca·to′ry adj. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.
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Description: revocation: The recall of some power or authority that has been granted. Revocation by the act of a party is intentional and voluntary, such as when a person cancels a Power of Attorney that he has given or a will that he has written. The revocation of a will takes place when a testator makes a later will containing terms that are inconsistent ...
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