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  • Probation Violations in Las Vegas Many defendants in Nevada who are convicted of a crime are sentenced to serve probation. It's not unusual for someone serving probation to be accused of violating it. That's why there's NRS 176A, which deals with the individual's right to a probation revocation hearing. A judge may order probation as a means of rehabilitation. The terms can vary widely. Some people may be required to attend Nevada DUI school or counseling. Others may have to perform community service, pay fines or comply with a restraining order. Most probation sentences last from three to five years, although some may be shorter. Still, that's a long time to have to comply with what may be a long

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