Fighting client's probation violation in Alpharetta.
In Alpharetta Municipal Court defending my client against a probation violation charge.
Probation, when granted by a judge, allows a person to serve his or her sentence outside of jail.
The person on probation must perform certain requirements, in order to continue his or her probation.
Any violation of these requirements may be a probation violation.
If a person is found guilty of probation violation, the judge will in all probability, revoke the probation, and the offender will be returned to jail to serve out his or her sentence. Additional jail time will be added to the sentence because of the probation violation.
In this particular case, I was able to convince the prosecutor and the court that my client had not violated his probation.
My client was able to continue to serve his sentence outside of jail.
This information is provided by the Alpharetta, Georgia probation violation defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you have issues with probation violation, you may call attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
Category: Probation Violations
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