Description: 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.
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Description: To prevent probation revocation hearings succeeding in revoking the probation period, the person may need to consult with a lawyer first. The defendant may need to gather evidence that he or she did not violate the terms of probation, that no crime actually occurred or that he has been a model member of society except for the proposed violation.
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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. Advertisement.
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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: 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: Final Revocation Hearings Final Revocation Hearings shall take place within 90 days of the determination of probable cause or waiver of the preliminary hearing. A parole violator is entitled to be represented by an attorney who shall file a notice of appearance with the Parole Violation Unit in the bureau located in the jurisdiction where the ...
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Description: Revocation Hearings. The West Virginia Parole Board may revoke the parole of any parolee that has previously been granted parole and has not been discharged from supervision. A parolee shall not be revoked unless a panel of three Parole Board Members finds that a parolee has violated a condition of parole which has been imposed by law or by the ...
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Description: § 16-93-705 - Revocation -- Procedures and hearings generally. AR Code § 16-93-705 (2014) What's This? (a) (1) (A) (i) At any time during a parolee's release on parole, the Parole Board may issue a warrant for the arrest of the parolee for violation of any conditions of parole or may issue a notice to appear to answer a charge of a violation.
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