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Faced With Violating Your Probation or Parole Charges

Faced With Violating Your Probation or Parole Charges

probation allows the convicted individual to serve a period of time, usually longer than any prison sentence, free from imprisonment but with certain restrictions. Probation can be seen as a test granting conditional freedom instead of a harsher punishment. In some cases, people use the term interchangeably. There are differences between to law terms. Probation is a portion of the sentence or it is the sentence given by the judge. Most often, when a judge gave the person a probation, it could be a part of the number of imprisonment and then followed with a probation period. There are times that a number of probation years will serve as the punishment for a minor crime committed. If a person is under probation, there are weekly or monthly sessions that he… […]

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