Probation violation warrants for arrest are issued for a misdemeanors. However, with misdemeanor warrants, an attorney can almost always appear without you and get the warrant recalled. There could be additional consequences for violating, but an...
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It is a probation violation to file proof of MADD class with the Court late results in a warrant for your arrest and a violation of probation. Whether it is MADD class, Anger Managment, volunteer work, restitution or anything the Court gave you a deadline...
A probation violation can be serious and result in a re-sentencing and increased penalties. In most misdemeanors and felonies defendants are given probation, usually 3 years but it can be 5 years for offenses like drunk driving or other charges, usually felonies. ...
Probation violations can occur for many reasons from not paying fines, failure to attend or complete a court ordered program, failing a drug or alcohol test, or a new criminal case while on probation. Probation violations allow a Court to re-sentence the probationer...