Answer: Read your probation paperwork. Your punishment is up to the judge who issued you the probation - there is NO WAY of knowing what he will do. The absolute worst thing you can always depend on would be to be remanded to jail to serve the remainder of your sentence.
Answer: When leaving the country as much as possible one must have a good standing credit. 0 cards mean bad credit score, which happens to anyone who are stuck in financial crisis due to unpaid credit card debts.
Answer: Unless you attempted to commit or committed treason, you should have some chance of being able to receive a US passport. The type of felony conviction influences your chances of receiving a passport, as does your current status regarding the felony. If you are still on probation, or on parole, then you will most likely not be allowed leave the country without prior approval.
Answer: In the U.S. - You shlould have been given paperwork describing and outlining your restrictions and/or privileges while on release. Read them! If the matter of travel restrictions is not covered I would ask the court for permission to do so, or you might be viewed as an absconder, and a potential fugitive.
Answer: Not if you are out on bail. if you have a court appearance for a traffic ticket or similar petty offense you can leave the country just be sure you make it back in time. Otherwise, you risk having a warrant out for your arrest when you try to come back into the country.Already issued the warra nt because left the country before the second date
Can you leave country while on probation?
Theres a yes and no to that, you may need to get permission from your P.O.
Answer: I seriously doubt it. You may not even be able to leave the state. If you want to stay strictly within the legal requirements of your probation sentence, READ THE PAPERS you were given at the time you were sentenced, or, ask your PO. If you have travel restrictions, you may have to ask the court for permission.
Answer: You can FLEE the country in an effort to avoid them, but in this day and age, if they run your name off the passenger or passport list, they may find your name if it has been entered into the interstate warrant system. "You pays your money and you takes your chances!!!"
Answer: That would depend on the conditions you must follow according to the terms of your parole/probation you entered into for whatever reason. If your parole/probation agreement said that you were not to leave the country, then it would be a violation of the agreement if you were to do so. They could violate/terminate the parole/probation and file charge(s) against you for violating the parole/probation agreement.
Your best bet is to contact your assigned parole/probation officer and get a written statement (signed) from them with the determination of whether you can leave the country without violating your parole/probation agreement. Written proof is the best way to cover your neck, just in case they say you left without first asking them, if it was all right to leave the country without violating your parole/probation agreement.
Answer: The love of Jose Rizal for his country was indeed manifested in hisdecision to leave his country and family. The reason he left thecountry was to study, and it was believed by the Philippinenational hero that education is the tool to fight for his country.Ê
Answer: Possibly. It depends which country you were tried and sentenced in. First you have to get permission from the Court that sentanced you to probation originally -- usually with recommendation of the probation office which is managing your case.
Answer: If they lead him to believe that it shows that the conditions of probation were broke, then yes. However, one may consult an attorney in their own area, to get an answer specific to their situation and local laws.
Answer: No, usually they only serve the remainder of the original sentence - UNLESS - your VOP consisted of another offense. Then, you will be tried for that offense and if convicted you will have that sentence added onto your current one.
Answer: It is usually the other way round as the Probation Office is supposed to keep an eye on you as you, at regular times, report to him. If you violated your probation it would be the Probation Officer who would notify the courts.