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Can a person get placed back on probation after its been terminated by a judge?

Discussion in 'Probation, Parole, Incarceration' started by boboj, Aug 26, 2020.

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  1. boboj

    boboj Law Topic Starter New Member

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    A habitual felon served 90 days in state prison for probation violation and upon release had his probation sentence terminated.

    Since being released however, the individual continues to buy, sell and use heroin on a daily basis as well as reported false employment information to the state in order to receive pandemic benefits. He actually received a debit card for $3,000 based on deception.
     
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    justblue Well-Known Member

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    How horrible. Did you have a question or did you just wish to share what terrible deeds this person has done?
     
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    boboj Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Yes, it was actually a question. Sorry about that. What would happen if someone were to contact the sentencing judge about this person's actions since being released from prison? Thank you.
     
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    They would likely refer you to the local police department. Who are you to this felon? How do you know so much about his illegal activities?
     
  5. mightymoose

    mightymoose Moderator

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    Yes, if convicted for a new offense, the person could be incarcerated or placed back on probation.
    No, they would not simply revert to the previous probation without a new offense.

    No, don't waste your time trying to contact a judge. You will be ignored if you manage to make contact.
     
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    leslie82 Well-Known Member

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    What's the question?

    If probation is terminated, they are no longer on probation. If they commit a new crime, get found or plead guilty and get sentenced to probation again, that's a different story.

    If you know someone is committing fraud, report it. I think states have a way to report unemployment fraud by individuals - and even employers.
     

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