The steps for revocation of probation generally begin with the probation officer requesting the probation be revoked and citing the reasons for the revocation in a warrant to the court. The probation officer then prepares a report documenting the reasons for revocation. Once the person is arrested on the warrant, or submits himself to the court, the court will hold a hearing on the revocation and the accused has a chance to present evidence to rebut the evidence presented by the probation officer requesting the revocation. After the hearing, the judge can immediately decide the case and sentence the individual as appropriate or can take the matter under advisement and reset the matter for sentencing later, it is entirely up to the judge.
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