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Criminal Practice  – Probation Revocation – Subject Matter Jurisdiction – Criminal Contempt – Notice & Opportunity to Be Heard (access required)

Because the trial court did not indicate otherwise on the judgment form, defendant’s probation in case number 06 CRS 51521 ran concurrently with the active sentence he was serving in another case. Since the probation violation report was filed after the probation term ended, the trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to revoke defendant’s probation. We ...

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