Probation and Parole
People placed on probation or extended supervision (formerly known as parole) are subject to a long list of rules. If these rules are violated the agent can place the probationer on a probation hold.
The person will remain incarcerated while the agent conducts an investigation. If the agent and Department of Corrections (DOC) believes it is appropriate, the DOC will move to revoke the probationer’s probation.
If the probationer is revoked it will result in that person being further confined in jail or prison. Jessie Weber has handled numerous probation violation cases and knows the best strategies to prevent revocation or minimize a person’s time incarcerated.
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