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Probation Jurisdiction

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Posted about 4 years ago

 

 


 My father and I are  both on probation. I live at home and he's at a THU. His P.O. forbids contact between the two of us.  woke up this morning to find my dad in the house with my mom.  His P.O arrives and asks us give a urine sample.. am I legally requirred to give a sample. Does his PO have a right to ask me for one. Can I be violated if I refused. 

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Yes. Oh and he is the one in trouble for being in the house. You should have called your PO the day this happend and talked to him/her. You have to understand, if you got into trouble with your dad, the PO's are trying to help you get on the straight and narrow so you can have a decent life. Probation is as easy or as hard as you want to make it. I have NO respect for a man that drags his child into that lifestyle. Now that I have answered your question. If you want to stay with us here, go and post a short intro in the introductions thread.


Oh, and just to let you know I do know what I'm talking about, I've been a PO for 25 yrs.


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I am only going to repeat what Cat_D said..... so Bump that.


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Bump!  Go get 'em, MamaCat!

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BUMP.. I agree with Mama Cat.


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Mama Cat. You da man.

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Cat_D says ...



Yes. Oh and he is the one in trouble for being in the house. You should have called your PO the day this happend and talked to him/her. You have to understand, if you got into trouble with your dad, the PO's are trying to help you get on the straight and narrow so you can have a decent life. Probation is as easy or as hard as you want to make it. I have NO respect for a man that drags his child into that lifestyle. Now that I have answered your question. If you want to stay with us here, go and post a short intro in the introductions thread.


Oh, and just to let you know I do know what I'm talking about, I've been a PO for 25 yrs.


 


Yep, what she said.


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Get'em Cat_D!