Defending Against Arkansas Probation Violation Hearings Series Recap

Posted by on Jun 3, 2016 in Probation Violations | 0 comments

This is our fifth and final post regarding probation revocation or violation hearings in Arkansas. Our last post discussed what the procedure one can expect at a probation violation hearing. The series also discussed other important topics for Little Rock probationers to keep in mind. Probation is not the conclusion of your case. You have affirmative obligations to the court and your probation officer and these obligations are things you must...

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What Arkansas Probationers Can Expect At A Revocation Hearing

Posted by on Jun 2, 2016 in Probation Violations | 0 comments

This is the fourth post in our series on probation violation hearings in Arkansas courts. Previously, we have discussed common ways to violate your probation, how your probation officer initiates a violation and how to negotiate reinstatement of your probation. Please visit these topics for answers to frequently asked questions. We have also outlined the possible consequences of a probation violation. These consequences range from additional...

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How Arkansas Residents Can Argue For Reinstatement Of Their Probation

Posted by on May 10, 2016 in Probation Violations | 0 comments

This our third post on serving Arkansas probation. Our last post discussed ways is in which people commonly violate probation, including violating a protective order, failing to show up to classes or testing dirty. When you face a violation of your probation then your lawyer can argue to the Court that you be afforded an opportunity to reinstate. Usually this will involve additional terms and conditions on top of the conditions you already...

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What Arkansas Probationers Need to Know About Ways To Violate Probation

Posted by on May 10, 2016 in Probation Violations | 0 comments

This is the second in our series on serving probation in Arkansas. Our last post provided an outline of the common requirements of a probationer. Violating probation is much easier than you probably think. The terms and conditions are numerous and serving probation can be like living under a microscope. If your probation officer believes you have violated probation then he or she will file a petition with the court requesting revocation you...

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Defending Against Arkansas Probation Revocation Proceedings

Posted by on May 10, 2016 in Probation Violations | 0 comments

This is the first post in our series on how Arkansas probationers can defend against violations of their supervision. We have previously discussed defending against the revocation of probation as part of a longer discussion regarding what to expect while under supervision. In this series we will expand on those issues and discuss the following: Common ways people violate their probation conditions Negotiations and efforts towards reinstatement...

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Serving Probation In Arkansas, Series Wrap-Up

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in Probation Violations | 0 comments

This post concludes our series on the serving of probation in the state of Arkansas. Our goal with this series has been to help those on probation in our state to understand what to expect from the process and to inform them as to the possibilities they may face both in terms of revocation and early termination. If one is considering accepting a plea deal, involving probation, then it is important that they consult with counsel in order to...

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