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If at any time the court may be satisfied by information and due proof that the defendant has violated the terms of such order, it may forthwith proceed with the trial of the defendant under the original charge, or sentence him or her, under the original conviction, or annul suspension of sentence, and enforce such sentence, or in its discretion may extend or renew the term of probation as the case may be. Upon due proof that the terms of such order have been violated, the court shall in any event have the power to declare the recognizance forfeited, the sum or sums thereon to be paid, in the discretion of the court, in whole or in part to the defendant's spouse, or to the guardian, curator, custodian or trustee of the minor child or children, or to an organization or individual designated by the court to receive the same.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Virginia Code Title 20. Domestic Relations § 20-80. Violation of orders; trial; forfeiture of recognizance - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/va/title-20-domestic-relations/va-code-sect-20-80/
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