Probationer


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Probationer

A convict who is released from prison provided he maintains good behavior. One who is on Probation whereby she is given some freedom to reenter society subject to the condition that for a specified period the individual conduct herself in a manner approved by a special officer to whom the probationer must report.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The dissenters argued that the "practical effect" of the main opinion will be that "probationers no longer have a say in whether they are transferred to another jurisdiction to resolve a probation matter."
Probation officers were e-mailed to determine the date of the probationer's next appointment(s).
In 2011, N1J funded a study to examine a possible long-term effect of Hawaii HOPE on probationers. An analysis of 76 months of administrative data from the 2007 RCT cohort showed HOPE probationers had slightly less new charges on average (0.91 for HOPE versus 1.12 for those in the control group).
However, following factors have been stated to be instrumental in pulling a probationer out of the web of probation: firstly, character of the probationer and secondly, antecedents to be verified by appointing authority.
One thing making CLTL unique is that the probationers, judge, POs, and facilitator are all on equal footing during the discussion: everyone reads the books, and no opinion carries more weight than another.
The dismissal frustrated the only male probationer who filed suit, alleging that Walker violated his civil rights by falsely telling him his three-year probation was actually five years so as to have continued access to the man's home and wife.
White went out to visit several probationers around the city.
(50) In Negron, the SJC entertained the Commonwealth's appeal which challenged the district court's ruling that hearsay evidence was inadmissible, before it found the probationer violated his probation.
The effect of drug use, drug treatment participation, and treatment completion on probationer recidivism.
The officers couldn't possibly spend two hours writing a report every time a probationer failed a test or skipped drug treatment or anger-management class--there would be no time for anything else.
Second, a multivariate model was generated using the entire sample of felony probationers (Cook County and the rest of Illinois) to examine the independent effects on recidivism of each of the predictor variables, including whether a probationer was supervised in Cook County.
Diversion clients who fail to show up for treatment of who drop out before completing the prescribed course are very unlikely to face any sanction, even if the treatment provider reports nonattendance to the probation officer and the probationer officer in turn reports that to the sentencing court.