If I have evidence that someone is violating probation and I gave it to his PO but she did nothing about it, can I turn it into the judge?

Asked on October 16, 2015 under Criminal Law, Texas

Answers:

B.H.F., Member, Texas State Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 5 years ago | Contributor

Court records are open, so yes, you can send a letter to the judge and the prosecutor notifying them of the violation.  From there, the judge and/or the prosecutor can decide how to manage the remainder of the defendant's time on probation.


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