Thank you for trying AMP!
You got lucky! We have no ad to show to you!
A probation violation could be as severe as having to do the entire remaining time left on their original sentence to the judge feeling that they don't need any more time at all. The bottom line is that your loved one needs to WAKE UP and finish their probation without getting into trouble.Read more
There is no time limit. The parole board hearing is a privilege that is given by the sentencing judge. The detaining organization decides when the parole hearings will be held and for whom.Read more
You will have to face that warrant... your probation will not end unless you doRead more
Usually takes a few weeks before the release takes placeRead more
He could be looking at doing the remainder of time left on his original sentence. Although that is not great news, it won't be worse than the original sentence.Read more
No, restitution debt does not and will not prohibit a release. However, since Alabama is another state, California will have to make arrangements to connect with a parole officer there and make the determination whether the move to Alabama will serve the public interest.Read more
Usually once a monthRead more
Sounds like going back is unavoidable. Cleary he likes it in there because he keeps violating.Read more
Yes, they responsible for his conduct and whereabouts until the supervised release is completed - they decide where he can live and workRead more
The original judge will be the decider on your guy's fate. Depending on the severity of the charges, it could be a slap on the wrist to several months in jail awaiting trial.Read more