A probation revocation hearing occurs when someone serving a probation sentence violates the terms of the probation, according to Nolo. This hearing determines if the probationer violated the terms of probation. In some ... More »

When the state of Texas legal system deems a parolee to be in violation of their probation a motion to revoke probation is filed, and if granted, an arrest warrant may be issued. Before probation can be revoked, a probat... More »

Each state has its own rules regarding intrastate probation transfers, which involve the transfer of probation from one county to another. For example, procedures in Oneida County, N.Y., require the offender to receive p... More »

A probation revocation can result in the reinstatement of any and all previous penalties that were suspended as a result of probation, according to Nolo. This depends on the nature of the original offense and the violati... More »

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The court considering the revocation of someone's probation must first provide that person with notice of the pending revocation. A court hearing is held to determine whether to revoke the probation. More »

A notice of revocation of power of attorney is a document that allows someone to revoke a power of attorney formerly granted, Rocket Lawyer says. There are many reasons to revoke a power of attorney, including drafting a... More »

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Juvenile probation terms don't end when a person turns 18. An individual may remain under the jurisdiction of the Division of Juvenile Justice until the age of 25. A judge is the only one who can release a child from pro... More »

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