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Probation violation is a serious charge. A person who is serving his or her sentence outside of incarceration and in the community is said to be granted probation by the court.


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11/20/2015
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Probation violation is a serious charge. A person who is serving his or her sentence outside of incarceration and in the community is said to be granted probation by the court. If you have been accused of probation violation and are found guilty you will be returned to jail for the remainder of your previous sentence and you will have an additional penalty of a jail sentence because of the violation charge, if it is proven.

Alpharetta attorney Scott Miller has 10+ years experience defending clients in the Alpharetta Municipal court against the charge of probation violation. He is completely aware of all the court proceedings and is respected by the court officers and the court employees.

He uses his experience and legal skills to benefit his clients in every action.
If you have been accused of probation violation you may call attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com


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