Description: 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. Contents
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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: 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 of ...
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Description: Revocation is the withdrawal or cancellation of something. Revocation is a noun form of the verb revoke, which means to take back, withdraw, or cancel. Revoke and revocation are typically used in the context of officially taking back or cancelling some kind of right, status, or privilege that has already been given or approved.
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Description: In Probation Revocation Hearings, the State (through the prosecutor) has the burden of proving that you violated a condition of probation. At the hearing, instead of “guilty” or “not guilty” you may plead “True” or “Not True” to the allegations against you. You have no right to a jury trial during a Probation Revocation Hearing.
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Description: Revocation hearing: Revocation could mean 2 things. First it may be a revocation of a probation or parole for violation of the conditions of your probation or parole. Second it could be a remission of a "stayed" sentence if all the conditions were met. "Stayed" sentence means you are conditionally released and you must meet the conditions as ...
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Description: A motion to revoke probation does not mean it WILL be revoked. A judge determines whether he believes you have/have not violated the terms of your probation. Decision is based on evidence given by...
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Description: When the judge does this, probation is “summarily revoked to distinguish it from formal revocation, which would be considered at a further, more deliberate hearing. Summary revocation allows the judge to retain jurisdiction over the probationer and it tolls the probationary period, meaning it stops. Penal Code § 1203.2 (a); People v.
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