TAMBASCO & ASSOCIATES, P.C. Attorneys at Law | R. Tambasco
If the violation is found to be true, he could be ordered to serve part or all of any suspended sentence he received. However, depending on the facts and if a first time violation the court may suspend any time or not impose it at all.
Answer Applies to: Indiana
William L. Welch, III Attorney | William L. Welch, III
Sentencing depends on whether you are found guilty, your prior record, how serious these are in the court's eyes, mitigation, and allocution. An attorney can assist you with evaluating the prosecution's case, any defenses that you might have, and any plea offer that might be made, so that you can decide whether to plea bargain or go to trial. If you were to be found guilty, then an attorney can assist you with presenting mitigation, allocution, and a recommendation for a more lenient sentence. and a recommendation for a more lenient sentence.
Answer Applies to: Maryland
Connell-Savela | Jason Savela
If a person violates probation, he can get up to the max of the crime he plead to, but usually the sentence would be much less and depends directly on what he did or did not do - most revocations end up with more probation and maybe some community service - but some get some jail.
Answer Applies to: Colorado
LeadfootSpeedingTicket.com | Andrea Storey Rogers
There will be a hearing before a judge and the prosecutor will be there. The judge will decide whether to revoke your husband's probation. If the judge revokes the probation, then a conviction for criminal mischief will be entered on your husband's record and he will have to complete the original sentence (jail time, fine, etc.) that he agreed to when he originally went to court and pleaded guilty and accepted the offer of SIS and probation.
Answer Applies to: Missouri
Law Offices of Jeffery L. Fanto | Jeffery L. Fanto
Your husband's penalties for violation of probation could range from a slap on the wrist to incarceration for the maximum time prescribed by the original offense. The probation department and the court will take everything into consideration before determining that.
Answer Applies to: Michigan