When you are arrested in Minnesota for a probation violation, you must be brought in front of a judge within 36 hours, exclusive of the day of arrest. The judge may release you pending a probation revocation hearing, but there is no absolute right to bail. If you remain in custody, a revocation hearing must be held within 7 days.
If you or someone you know as been arrested for a probation violation in Minnesota, you will need to retain experienced criminal defense counsel. Call attorney Robert J. Shane now for the Best Defense at (612) 339-1024.