Motions to revoke probation may be requested by your probation officer at any time if your probation officer believes you have violated any term or condition of your probation. The typical process is as follows:
- Your probation officer will create a violation report detailing why they believe you have violated a term or condition of your probation.
- The violation report will be submitted to the prosecutors office and/or the Court.
- If the prosecutor believes a violation has occurred, they will file a motion to revoke your probation and submit it to the Judge.
- The Judge will review the filed motion to revoke your probation and if the Judge signs the motion a warrant will issue for your arrest and a hearing date will be set on your motion to revoke your probation.
- Depending on the type of probation you are on, you may be able to post an additional bond to get out of jail while awaiting your hearing date.
- The Judge will require a hearing to determine if you violated your probation and what to do with your probation if you did violate.