Description: The preliminary hearing must be conducted by the Administrative Law Judge and the warrant issued from their findings. It can take any where from 60-90 days for a parolee lodged in a county jail to be scheduled a final revocation hearing. Parole violators housed at the Assessment Center will be scheduled a final hearing within thirty (30) days ...
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Description: Revocation Hearings If you've been a charged with violating the terms and conditions of your probation, it doesn't necessarily mean you have to go to jail or prison to serve out your sentence. You have a right to a hearing at which a good attorney will call into question whether any violations have actually occurred.
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Description: (1) Hearing Date. A probable cause hearing shall not be conducted earlier than five (5) business days after service of the notice of the hearing, unless this period is waived by the of-fender. (2) Representation by counsel. An offender appearing at a Preliminary Revocation Hearing may be represented by counsel.
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Description: 502-435-4696 - Neil Roy - FREE initial consultation. 24-hour services. Probation violations. Revocation hearing. Alcohol. Drugs. Parole violation. Felony.
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Description: A. Parole revocation is a two-step process involving both a praliminary and final revocation hearing and the Supreme Court has determined that procedural safeguards are needed at both stages. Morrissey v. Brewer, 92 S.Ct. 2593 (1972); Preston v. Piggman, 496 F.2d 270 (6th Ci r. 1974) . 1. Since a parolee will suffer a "grievious loss" of liberty by
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Description: The evidence at a final parole revocation hearing is limited to the record made before the Administrative Law Judge at the preliminary revocation hearing, except that the Parole Board, in its discretion, may consider any new or different evidence submitted by the parolee in writing in advance of the final revocation hearing.
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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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