What Happens at a Probation Violation Hearing?

Our office represents a high number of people accused of violating probation and facing new charges.  The client is often aware that a violation of probation can result in being remanded to either jail or prison, so he or she is concerned, especially if the person is supporting a family and will lose his or her job.  Yet what actually happens at a probation violation hearing, also called a PV hearing?  Click on the following link to read a short article answering this question. 


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