The Right to a Timely Probation Violation Hearing: Three Months?

Whenever there is a person on probation who is accused of violating probation, the person usually is arrested and jailed without bail, although a judge does have discretion to set bail.  If bail is denied, the accused is often eager to have a probation violation hearing as soon as possible.  However, there is no 48 hours time limit applicable to such a hearing, like there is to an arraignment.  But how long must one wait?  Click on the following link to read about this.

http://www.greghillassociates.com/the-right-to-a-timely-probation-violation-hearing-3-months.html.

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