Alpharetta, GA attorney Scott Miller explains arrest while serving probation.

If a probationer is arrested for a new offense, he or she should contact the probation officer immediately and report the arrest. Failure to do so is a violation of probation. You can be arrested for probation violation and prosecuted long before the trial for your new arrest.
If you are arested for probation violation you do not have the right to have a bond. Your attorney could petition for it but it is unlikely that the court would grant it.

You do have the right to representation, and you should hire an experienced probation violation attorney.

If you have issues with or questions about probation violation, contact the probation violation attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, GA for a free consultation. 770-408-1001

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