What is probation violation?
Probation usually involves a set of rules and regulations that must be adhered to by the defendant. When the defendant does not abide by these regulations, they are said to have violated probation.
Probation violation can include any of the following scenarios:
1) Not attending or performing community service that was assigned
2) Not meeting with a probation officer at a scheduled time
3) Not submitting to random drug testing or failing drug testing
4) Leaving a specific geographical area that the defendant was confined to
Not going to required counseling services (usually counseling is correlated to the crime i.e. drug abuse counseling for drug charges, anger management for assault charges)
Staying out past mandated curfew
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