§62-12-11. Probation period.
The period of probation together with any extension thereof
shall not exceed five years. Upon the termination of the probation
period, the probation officer shall report to the court the conduct
of the probationer during the period of his probation, and the
court may thereupon discharge the probationer or extend the
probation period. Whenever, before the end of the probation period
the probationer has satisfactorily complied with all the conditions
of his probation and it appears to the court that it is no longer
necessary to continue his supervision, the court may discharge him.
All orders extending the probation period and all orders of
discharge shall be entered in the records of the court, and a copy
of all such orders shall be sent by the clerk of the court to the
board within five days after the making of the order.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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