On December 16, 1977 appellant was convicted in the Superior Court of Clarke County of burglary and sentenced to ten years to be served on probation. On April 3, 1979 a hearing was held in the same court and it found that appellant had violated the conditions of his probation by committing the offense of burglary on December 12, 1978. Appellant's probation was revoked and the court: imposed a sentence of five years confinement with the: remainder of the original ten-year sentence on probation. The revocation of probation was based on the testimony of the owner of the burglarized residence and a police detective, together with a statement made freely and voluntarily by appellant after being advised fully of his Miranda rights and thereafter clearly, affirmatively and voluntarily waiving his rights. Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U. S. 436 (86 SC 1602, 16 LE2d 694) (1966). Appellant did not testify at the hearing.