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A type of sentence where convicted criminals are allowed to continue living in the community but will automatically be sent to jail if they violate certain conditions

He got two years probation for robbery.

The act of testing; proof

And I shall proceed to consider the testimony of Experience, when I shall have first advertis'd You, that if Men were as perfectly rational as 'tis to be wish'd they were, this sensible way of Probation would be as needless as 'tis wont to be imperfect.

A period of time when a person occupies a position only conditionally and may easily be removed for poor performance

You'll be on probation for first six months. After that, if you work out, they'll hire you permanently.

any proceeding designed to ascertain or test character, qualification, or the like
{n} a proof, trial, evidence, testimony
the licensee has been placed on probation by the department as part of a disciplinary action
Probation is a period of time during which someone is judging your character and ability while you work, in order to see if you are suitable for that type of work. Employee appointment to the Council will be subject to a term of probation of 6 months. Conditional suspension of an offender's sentence upon the promise of good behaviour and agreement to accept supervision and abide by specified requirements. It differs from parole in that the offender is not required to serve any of his sentence. Those convicted of serious offenses and those previously convicted of other offenses are usually not considered for probation. Studies in several countries show that 70 to 80% of probationers successfully complete their probation; additional limited evidence suggests that recidivism may be less than 30%
The term used when a defendant, after having been found guilty of a criminal offense, is granted a “suspension” of his punishment and is placed under supervision by probation officers Probation is granted to a defendant receiving less than 10 years punishment which is then suspended based upon the defendant’s promise to abide by certain regulations A defendant granted probation may never go to the penitentiary
A sentencing alternative by the Court by which convicted defendants are released on suspended sentences, generally under the supervision of a probation officer as long as certain conditions are observed The maximum period of probation which may be imposed upon the charges in a single indictment is five years
A sentence of being placed under the jurisdiction of probation officers for a set time instead of going to prison
A time period during which a student must raise his or her cumulative GPA to above 2 00 to continue at CU-Boulder
If you are admitted on academic probation and do not maintain a cumulative TO PA of 2 0 or above by the end of the spring semester, you may be dismissed from the university It is also possible to be placed on probation after being admitted to the university if your cumulative TO PA drops below 2 0 Every student's academic record will be reviewed upon completion of each spring semester
a trial period during which an offender has time to redeem himself or herself
A period of time when a minor is under the supervision of a Court Services Officer A minor placed on probation has certain conditions, ordered by the court, which must be monitored by the CSO The CSO is required to notify the court of overall compliance or non-compliance with conditions of probation and to submit subsequent reports to the court for modification, revocation or review hearings
Court-ordered disposition alternative not involving confinement through which an adjudicated delinquent is placed under the control, supervision, and care of a probation field staff member
Probation is a period of time during which a person who has committed a crime has to obey the law and be supervised by a probation officer, rather than being sent to prison. The thief was put on probation for two years
a trial period during which an offender has time to redeem himself or herself a trial period during which your character and abilities are tested to see whether you are suitable for work or for membership
An alternative to imprisonment allowing a person found guilty of an offense to stay in the community, usually under conditions and under the supervision of a probation officer A violation of probation can lead to its revocation and to imprisonment
(RWT) A sentencing alternative to imprisonment in which the court releases convicted defendants under supervision as long as certain conditions are observed
Status of students whose standing is below the required minimum for their program of studies, but who are allowed to continue their registration on condition of raising their standing within a specified period
A formal notice that a student's grade point average or conduct is not acceptable to the school's administration Probation usually amounts to a warning-and a request that students raise their academic performance Students who fail to do so may eventually be suspended or dismissed from school
A period following the appointment of persons hired from outside the Public Service when their performance is assessed Failure to meet expectations during this period results in termination of employment This period, established under the PSER, must be served in its entirety even if the employee moves to another position The probationary period for a person with a disability does not start until any required job accommodation has been made
The conditional freedom granted by a judge to a juvenile offender, as long as the person meets certain conditions of behavior
(law) a way of dealing with offenders without imprisoning them; a defendant found guilty of a crime is released by the court without imprisonment subject to conditions imposed by the court; "probation is part of the sentencing process"
In modem criminal administration, allowing a person convicted of some minor offense (particularly juvenile offenders) to go at large, under a suspension of sentence, during good behavior, and generally under the supervision or guardian ship of a probation officer
A sentence releasing a convicted criminal into the community or a treatment facility under the supervision of a probation officer, requiring compliance with certain conditions
The novitiate which a person must pass in a convent, to probe his or her virtue and ability to bear the severities of the rule
a category of academic standing indicating a student is having academic difficulty Unless a student has less than 16 quality hours attempted, a student at NKU is on probation if their cumulative gpa is less than a 2 00 but above suspension level Students whose performance does not improve subsequently will be suspended from the University See the Academic Standing Policy for more details
A sentencing alternative to imprisonment in which the court releases convicted defendants under supervision as long as certain conditions are observed
examination; trial; as, to engage a person on probation
The sentence given to a defendant when it is felt there is a good chance for rehabilitation without incarceration In all felony cases, and at the judge's discretion in misdemeanor cases, a pre-sentence report is used by the judge to decide whether or not to impose probation Court probation means probation without supervision Formal probation may involve supervision of the defendant by a probation officer Summary probation (misdemeanor cases only) - the process in which a judge sentences a defendant to probation without using a pre-sentence report, the defendant being responsible directly to the court
Any proceeding designed to ascertain truth, to determine character, qualification, etc
{i} test period, trial period; attempt, trial; conditional release from jail during which a criminal is under supervision of a probation officer
The trial of a ministerial candidate's qualifications prior to his ordination, or to his settlement as a pastor
Moral trial; the state of man in the present life, in which he has the opportunity of proving his character, and becoming qualified for a happier state
A sentence of confinement which is suspended upon a term of probation supervision It may include community service or restitution or both Probation must automatically be considered if the defendant is eligible
A status judicially imposed on a criminal defendant who agrees to be supervised, usually formally, by a county probation department under specified conditions Conditions of probation may include county jail, a fine, restitution to the victim, community work, or counseling
The act of proving; also, that which proves anything; proof
Sentence imposed for commission of crime whereby a convicted criminal offender is released into the community under the supervision of a probation officer in lieu of incarceration It is not a matter of right, but rather is an act of grace and clemency available only to those defendants found eligible by the court In determining whether the defendant is entitled to a sentence of probation, the court looks to such matters as the nature and circumstances of the offense, the history and characteristics of the defendant, and the need for the sentence imposed
A suspended sentence of imprisonment contingent on the observance of conditions set forth by the court, violation of which empowers the court to revoke the suspension and activate the prison or jail sentence
a warning for a student whose academic work or behavior is unsatisfactory Students on academic probation may be suspended if their academic performance does not improve
A term of supervision afforded either a convicted felon or a convicted misdemeanant by a court as an alternative to prison or jail, although some judges may sentence offenders to a combination of both probation and jail or boot camp The Michigan Department of Corrections supervises convicted felons who are serving probation sentences under the jurisdiction of the sentencing court
a trial period during which your character and abilities are tested to see whether you are suitable for work or for membership
probation of will
certification of a will
probation officer
A probation officer is a person whose job is to supervise and help people who have committed crimes and been put on probation. someone whose job is to watch, advise, and help people who have broken the law and are on probation
probation officer
person who is authorized by a judge to supervise over the activities of young offenders
probation officer
the officer of the court who supervises probationers
probation period
period of time chosen by a court in which an offender can be rehabilitated and avoid punishment
probation service
institution that treats young offenders
probation.
conditional sentence
probationary
Of, pertaining to, or subject to probation
probat
{n} the proof or copy of a will, a court for the trial of wills and distribution of estates of deceased persons
probationary
{a} serving for trial
Intensive Probation Supervision
An individual who commits a crime may be sentenced to prison or granted a term of probation by the courts. In certain cases, a defendant may be placed on intensive supervision probation, also called intensive probation supervision (IPS). IPS is a highly structured program, similar to home arrest, and the defendant must comply with strict terms of probation. Standard probation has a more lenient reporting schedule, usually monthly, and defendants are not required to stay at home. This intensive probation supervision is also available for juveniles
Intensive Supervision Probation
An individual who commits a crime may be sentenced to prison or granted a term of probation by the courts. In certain cases, a defendant may be placed on intensive supervision probation, also called intensive probation supervision (IPS). IPS is a highly structured program, similar to home arrest, and the defendant must comply with strict terms of probation. Standard probation has a more lenient reporting schedule, usually monthly, and defendants are not required to stay at home. This intensive probation supervision is also available for juveniles
Probationary
probational
on probation
in a test period, on a trial basis; conditionally free from punishment, free from punishment until a misdeed occurs
place smb. on probation
(Law) free a person under conditions imposed by the court
probational
{s} test, trial, experimental; of a test, of an experiment, of a trial
probationary
under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon; "probationary employees"; "a provisional government"; "just a tentative schedule"
probationary
under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon; "probationary employees"; "a provisional government"; "just a tentative schedule
probationary
{s} test, trial, experimental; of a test, of an experiment, of a trial
probationary
A probationary period is a period after someone starts a job, during which their employer can decide whether the person is suitable and should be allowed to continue. Teachers should have a probationary period of two years. = trial
probationary
Of or pertaining to probation; serving for trial
probations
plural of probation
probation

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    [ prO-bA-sh&n ] (noun.) 15th century. French probation Latin probatio (“a trying, inspection, examination”) probare, past participle probatus (“to test, examine”); see probate, probe, prove.

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