Chapter 22 - Probation

46.2201 Probation officers–Appointment, compensation, removal, and fees.

(a) The Chief Justice of the High Court of Am…

46.2202 Probation officers-Duties.

The probation officer shall: (1) furnish to e…

46.2203 Eligibility.

The court may place a person on probation for…

46.2204 Terms of probation.

(a) Unless terminated under 46.2207 through 4…

46.2205 Conditions-Revocation or modification.

(a) While on probation, and among the conditi…

46.2206 Detention condition of probation.

Except in infraction cases, when probation is…

46.2207 Multiple terms run concurrently.

A term of probation commences on the day it i…

46.2208 Termination of probation-Discharge of defendant.

The court may terminate a period of probation…

46.2209 Violation of condition.

If the defendant violates a condition of prob…

46.2210 Notice of revocation to probationer.

Probation shall not be revoked without giving…

46.2211 Notice to appear to answer charges-Warrant of arrest.

At any time during the term of probation, the…

46.2212 Authority to arrest or detain probationer.

Any probation officer, if he has probable cau…

46.2213 Arrest-Preliminary hearing-Release on bail.

(a) If the probationer is arrested under the…

46.2214 Notice to sentencing court of arrest and detention.

Upon arrest and detention, the probation offi…

46.2215 Power of court.

The power of the court to revoke probation sh…