Q: I was assigned a new p.o 2 months ago that has been mistreating me since day one.....what can I do ?
I was given a 10 year probation sentence with a 5 year early term. I've been on probation for 6.5 years now and the only thing I have left to do before filing my early term packet is to pay off the remaining fines. The new officer I was placed with 2 months ago is constantly in a bad mood, refuses to give me any type of helpful insight, he mistreats me and yells at me for no reason as soon as I step into his office each month.
Example: I've worked for a seasonal company for the past 6.5 years ( since I started probation ) & the business closes each winter & reopens each spring. During the lay off in winter we are paid unemployment. When the job started back in spring I didn't inform my new officer since I never quit & I was never fired from my present employer but I was just laid off for the winter like in the 6 years past and when he seen it wrote on my monthly repost not only did he start yelling at me & just inches from my face telling me he should violate me on the spot
A: Probate law has nothing to do with probation. Probate is the process of settling the estate of someone who has died. You want to ask your question of a criminal law attorney.
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