VOP

(redirected from Violation of Probation)
AcronymDefinition
VOPVoice Over Packet
VOPVoice of Prophecy
VOPViolation of Probation
VOPVoid of Personality
VOPVoice Operator
VOPVideo Object Planes
VOPVirtual Operation
VOPVideo Output Port
VOPVirginia Organizing Project (Charlottesville, VA)
VOPVoice of Peace
VOPVelocity of Propagation
VOPVideo Object Plane
VOPVoice of the Process
VOPViolation of Parole
VOPVoice of People
VOPValue of Production (cost of goods without freight and duty)
VOPVariation of Price
VOPVow of Poverty (gaming)
VOPVendor On Premises
VOPVariation of Parameters (differential equations)
VOPValue-Oriented Prioritization
VOPVariation Order Proposal (construction)
VOPVoice-Operator (IRC)
VOPValue Options Package (automotive upgrade package)
VOPVoices of Praiz
VOPVery Old People
VOPVictims Of Pleasure (band)
VOPViscous Oil Pump
VOPVery Old Pale (High Quality Brandy)
VOPVendor Original Promise (Sprint)
VOPViolate Order of Protection (criminal justice)
VOPVacation of Post
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Marvel, 29, of Logan on a warrant for violation of probation.
Guidelines should (1) encourage a graduated response and more restrictive intermediate sanctions in lieu of prison or jail; (2) specify the kinds of new offenses and violations of release conditions that presumptively do or do not merit custodial sanctions; (3) specify normal upper limits on the severity of custodial sanctions for commonly occurring types of violation of probation conditions; and (4) reduce fiscal pressures to overuse direct-prison sentences and revocations to prison by providing state subsidies to fund effective community-based options, with charge-backs against those subsidies when low-level offenders are sent to prison.
Rule 6(b) provides: Where the sole evidence submitted to prove a violation of probation is hearsay, that evidence shall be sufficient only if the court finds in writing (1) that such evidence is substantially trustworthy and demonstrably reliable and (2), if the alleged violation is charged or uncharged criminal behavior, that the probation officer has good cause for proceeding without a witness with personal knowledge of the evidence presented.
I have seen her twice in shackles, each time for an alleged violation of probation. On the last occasion, she had gone to get her paycheck at her new job site after her 7 p.m.
Several of the programs were located in the community, primarily reentry and work release centers, halfway houses, Violation of Probation centers in Delaware, electronic monitoring, substance abuse treatment, mental health services and beautification/litter pick up.
But Henry warned Dodd that any violation of probation will result in the maximum 18-month prison term.
1, 1999, to June 30, 2002, OSS in Wilmington conducted 8,128 curfew checks, (4,890 positive and 3,238 negative), made 1,769 arrests (334 violation of probation arrests, 878 administrative warrant arrests, 557 collateral arrests), seized nearly 10,000 grams of controlled substances, recovered more than $364,000 worth of stolen property and U.S.
In a recent REACT-initiated case involving a convicted child molester from another state, the offender, knowingly in violation of probation conditions that prohibited him from residing in the same household with a female juvenile, fled his home state and brought the child with him to California.
Sheen had pleaded not guilty to the violation of probation.
The new grants program in HR 3 would provide assistance to states and local governments to enact laws that 1) extend to prosecutors, rather than judges, the discretion to try as adults youth as young as 15 who are charged with violent offenses that would be felonies if committed by adults; 2) impose increasing sanctions on every delinquent or criminal act or violation of probation; 3) establish a system of records, which could be made available to schools, victims, and the FBI, for violent juvenile offenders similar to those kept for adult offenders; and 4) ensure that state law does not prevent a juvenile court judge from issuing a court order or imposing sanctions against a parent or custodian regarding their supervision of the youth.
Cooper, 49, of Benton on a warrant for violation of probation.
Florida man Artem Eydelman was charged with one count of first-degree murder and two counts of violation of probation after Gwendolyn Eydelman was found lying unresponsive in her house.
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