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Ohio Revocation of Probation


Ohio Rules of Criminal Procedure 32.3

(A) Hearing.

The court shall not impose a prison term for violation of the conditions of a community control sanction or revoke probation except after a hearing at which the defendant shall be present and apprised of the grounds on which action is proposed. The defendant may be admitted to bail pending hearing.

(B) Counsel.

The defendant shall have the right to be represented by retained counsel and shall be so advised. Where a defendant convicted of a serious offense is unable to obtain counsel, counsel shall be assigned to represent the defendant, unless the defendant after being fully advised of his or her right to assigned counsel, knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily waives the right to counsel. Where a defendant convicted of a petty offense is unable to obtain counsel, the court may assign counsel to represent the defendant.

(C) Confinement in petty offense cases.

If confinement after conviction was precluded by Crim.R. 44(B), revocation of probation shall not result in confinement. If confinement after conviction was not precluded by Crim.R. 44(B), revocation of probation shall not result in confinement unless, at the revocation hearing, there is compliance with Crim.R.44(B).

 (D) Waiver of counsel.

Waiver of counsel shall be as prescribed in Crim.R. 44(C).