RE: Jim in Arizona , probation revoked and in cust amynmesa 04/12/2015 Jim is a friend of mine, it's unfortunate that after fighting so hard for the last 10 years to prove his innocence, this is how the courts have silenced him. On probation it is 180 days in jail, 15-year license revocation and a $1,000 fine. You might also have to attend an alcohol treatment program at your own expense if so ordered by the court. Driving with a Suspended License or No License: Driving with a suspended license will lead to an increase in the length of the suspension, and you may also ...

Probationers may be asked to meet the probation officer on the onset of the probationary period, or when the probationary period is nearing its end or not at all. If the given terms are incomplete or not followed, the probation office can file a petition in order to revoke the probation. Once the Petition to Revoke Probation has been filed, the court will likely order the defendant to be taken into custody and held until the alleged violation is resolved. The defendant will be required to attend an arraignment where they will either admit or deny the allegations in the petition to revoke.