Notice to probationer; rights of probationer at inquiry.
1. The parole and probation officer or detaining authority shall give the arrested probationer advance notice of:
(a) The place and time of the inquiry.
(b) The purpose of the inquiry.
(c) What violations of probation have been alleged.
2. The inquiring officer shall allow the probationer to:
(a) Appear and speak on his own behalf.
(b) Obtain counsel.
(c) Present any relevant letters or other documents and any person who can give relevant information.
(d) Confront and question any person who appears against him, unless in the opinion of the inquiring officer the person would be subjected to a risk of harm by disclosure of his identity.
Last modified: February 25, 2006