Description: What does revocation hearing warrant mean? Asked by Wiki User. 0 1 2. Answer. Top Answer. Wiki User Answered . 2013-11-15 14:32:54 2013-11-15 14:32:54. charged on a revocation warrant. 0 0 1 ...
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Description: If a warrant shows on the databases you are likely to get arrested. Consult with a OH criminal defense atty about the revocation hearing, and clear the warrant I am licensed to practice law in the State of NJ, and any response I make in regards to a question here on AVVO is meant for informational purposes only, and is NOT legal advice.
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Description: For individuals lodged in New York State, the alleged violator (parolee) will be served a Notice of Violation within three days of the date the warrant is executed. The Notice of Violation describes the hearing process and the parolee's rights with respect to the revocation process.
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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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Description: (a) The purpose of the revocation hearing shall be to determine whether the parolee has violated the conditions of his release and, if so, whether his parole or mandatory release should be revoked or reinstated. (b) At a local revocation hearing, the alleged violator may present voluntary witnesses and documentary evidence in his behalf.The alleged violator may also seek the compulsory ...
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Description: (iii) A parolee arrested on a warrant issued under subdivision (a)(1)(B)(i) of this section shall be detained pending a mandatory parole revocation hearing. (2) The warrant or notice shall be served personally upon the individual.
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Description: This hearing is also known as a “probation revocation hearing.” An example of a violation that may trigger a hearing includes failure to pay a fine. The failure to appear for a court date is a further example. Note that there are special evidentiary rules at probation violation hearings (PVH). Some of these are:
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Description: A probation revocation hearing will typically not be set until the Probationer has been served with a copy of the petition containing the allegations. ... seek a warrant for his or her arrest ...
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