What usually happens is the probation officer will send a report to the district attorney’s office. The district attorney or county attorney will prepare a motion to adjudicate or a motion to revoke probation that is submitted to the judge. The judge will sign an arrest warrant for your arrest, and depending on the situation, you may have a bond set or you may not have a bond set. Eventually you will be arrested and taken to jail. It is a very good idea that if you have an inkling your probation’s going to be revoked, you should contact an attorney. The attorney can begin to make arrangements to have you possibly bond out of jail. It is important to have legal representation as soon as possible in the event of your probation being revoked.
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