State v. Pierce

In State v. Pierce, 64 Conn. App. 208, 214, 779 A.2d 233 (2001), the defendant argued that he had not received notice of any basis for the revocation of his probation beyond the specified charges. The Court stated that at the defendant's violation hearing, "testimony was offered concerning the entire incident, and, thus, the defendant was made aware, both before and during the hearing, of the evidence in support of the charges." Id., 215. The Court concluded that recitation of the particular charges, both before and during the hearing, was sufficient notice to the defendant. Id.