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Non-Reporting Probation Definition

After someone is convicted by plea or trial, a judge might order them to submit to court supervision, called probation. Standard probation requires the defendant to report or periodically check in with a probation officer. Non-reporting probation is court supervision that does not require the defendant to report to check in with a probation officer. During this time, the defendant might be ordered not to have contact with the criminal justice system, not use drugs or alcohol, obtain or seek employment, participate in therapy, etc.

Non-Reporting Probation

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