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Unsupervised probation is probation in Florida is probation but where the probationee does not have to "check in" with the PO every week or month like on regular probation. Nor does the probationee have to typically take UA tests for drugs.
The only thing that the probationee has to do is not get into trouble with the law, which may revoke the probation. Some unsupervised probations still require the probationee to either call or send a letter every month. Many may also require to send in proof of a class taken, for example, like anger management.
However, the PO may still "spot check" the probationee at home or at work, although a PO normally does not do this unless there is cause to do so such as the probationee not checking in.
The rights of the probationee on an unsupervised probation are very much like those on a regular probation:
-right to counsel; and
-right to a court
hearing for any revocation.
But, there are not many more than that - the rest is very much like real probation, simply less restrictive and with fewer demands.
I hope this helps and clarifies.
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