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In Ventura county when someone is on probation the sheriff's will come to your home for what the call a probation search if your sleeping will wake you up say your under the influence.  They make the arrest take you to jail and you will get released that night.  What do they think your not under the influence later on that same night.  It's not right to make an arrest then release someone for something that has not changed the original issue is it?  Is it just to make the head count in jail so that tax payers are being charged.  Does this sound right to anyone?

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If you don't like the consequences and inconvenience of probation, you shouldn't have committed the crime in the first place. You had a choice. You chose to commit the crime and now you suffer for that choice.

 

If you think you've been wronged, hire a lawyer.

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The first term of probation you are required to follow is "obey all laws."  You violate that when you use illegal drugs and the police are authorized to arrest you for that violation.  That you got released doesn't mean they were wrong.  If the VOP is reported to your probation officer, expect to be violated and potentially do more time in jail. 

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