The Consequences of Violating Probation
If you have been arrested or have had a loved one arrested, you may be wondering what happens if they violate probation. Can they be released on bail?
What happens when you violate a probation?
If you have been arrested for violating your probation, you will be taken to jail and held until your probation violation hearing. At this hearing, the judge will decide whether to revoke your probation or give you another chance. If the judge revokes your probation, you will be sentenced to serve the remaining time on your probation in jail. If the judge decides to give you another chance, you will be released on bail and your probation will be reinstated.
If you are unable to post bail, you will remain in jail until your court date.
If you are released on bail, you will be required to adhere to certain conditions set by the court, which may include:
● Paying a set amount of money.
● Attending all scheduled court appearances.
● Obeying a curfew.
● Not leaving the state or country.
● Not committing any additional crimes.
● Drug testing and counseling.
If you violate your probation again, you will be subject to more serious penalties, including jail time.
What do you do if you or someone you love violates a probation?
If you or someone you know has been arrested for violating probation, it is important to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. An attorney can help you navigate the criminal justice system and protect your rights.
It is possible to be released on bail when you violate a probation, but it is not guaranteed. A judge will consider a number of factors when deciding whether or not to grant bail, including the severity of the violation, the defendant's criminal history, and the risk of flight.
Bad Boyz Bail Bonds is a bail bond company that specializes in helping people get out of jail. We can help you with your probation violation and get you released on bail. Contact us today at to speak with a bail bondsman.