If you have been given probation for a charge that you were found guilty of, it means that you will be able to live in the community as long as you do not violate the terms of your probation. The term of your probation was explained to you by the presiding judge. 
If you violate any of these terms you can be charged with probation violation. This is a separate charge, and if you are found guilty of it, you will have additional penalties added to your original penalties.

Do not plead guilty to probation violation and do not attempt to fight this charge on your own. This is a complex matter, and it is always better to have an experienced probation violation attorney fight these charges for you.

If you have been accused of probation violation, contact the experienced and successful probation violation attorney Scott Miller, in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001

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