Four million of the 5.85 million disenfranchised are currently out of prison, some on probation and parole.
A Los Angeles judge revoked her probation and Lohan was brought to jail, although she was released later that day on bail.
She also reportedly told her probation officer that she was considering suicide.
Soon after my article was published, McCain was placed on probation at the Times, purportedly because of his anemic work habits.
Hardy was given a 60-day suspended sentence and put on probation for 18 months.
In the case of the Non-Regents, who had exceeded this period of probation, lecturing appears to have been optional.
Jim received notification to the effect that he was now a member on probation.
The probation officer, her hands filled with papers, bustled forward and whispered.
Not since his probation as a plebe, had he consorted with such a bunch of "hush-mouths."
If you are not I shall be obliged to put you on probation, which is a very uncomfortable thing.
early 15c., "trial, experiment, test," from Old French probacion "proof, evidence" (14c., Modern French probation) and directly from Latin probationem (nominative probatio) "approval, assent; a proving, trial, inspection, examination," noun of action from past participle stem of probare "to test" (see prove). Meaning "testing of a person's conduct" (especially as a trial period for membership) is from early 15c.; theological sense first recorded 1520s; criminal justice sense is recorded by 1866. As a verb from 1640s. Related: Probationer; probationary.