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Old 10-06-2010, 12:06 PM
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Default Can my probation be revoked for inability to pay?

I was recently released from prison and have not yet found employment. Can I my probation be revoked for inability to pay?
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Old 10-07-2010, 09:01 PM
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Originally Posted by russcamp View Post
I was recently released from prison and have not yet found employment. Can I my probation be revoked for inability to pay?
From what I understand yes. Talk to your probation person and there are different options about finding a job. Also try your unemployment office they have some programs that help. Be very honest on your job apps bc if u lie about it and are found out that job is gone bye byes real quick. I know waffle house and mcds will hire u if u r honest about it sometimes depending on the crime. Hope this helps, Nikki

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Old 10-08-2010, 01:47 PM
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Yes it could because that is part of your probation. Each week my love went to the office that was the first question his agent asked, whether or not he'd paid his fees. Yet if you're actively looking for work I believe that helps your case. Take Nikki's advise and seek out those options. The One Stop Job Service was a big help with getting applications for jobs openings that my love had a strong chance of being interviewed for regardless of his convictions/being an ex-felon. Best wishes.
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