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Probation Violation

Failure to satisfy one or more of the following are grounds for probation violation:

  • Restitution
  • Community Service
  • Alcohol/Drug Assessment and/or Treatment
  • Psychiatric Treatment
  • DUI Education
  • Victim Impact Panel
  • Completion of GED or Job Skills Training
  • Supervision by the district attorney’s office or Oklahoma Department of Corrections
  • Payment of monthly probation fees
  • Prohibition from leaving State of Oklahoma without receiving written permission of the probation officer or judge
  • Prohibition from violating any city, state, federal, or tribal laws
  • Prohibition from possessing and/or consuming marijuana or any other illegal narcotic drug
  • Prohibition from possessing and/or consuming alcohol or visiting places where alcohol is main item for sale
  • Prohibition from associating with convicted felons (unless they are family members)
  • Notification of change of address, employment, and/or telephone number
  • Prohibition from carrying concealed weapons, possessing firearms, or riding in vehicle that contains a firearm
  • Requirement that the defendant maintain gainful employment