Receiving a probated sentence from the court means that you are allowed to serve your sentence in the community and outside of incarceration.
The court will set certain restrictions of your activities, and compliance with all of the rules of probation.
You will be required to meet regularly with a probation officer. There is a required fee payment with each visit.

I often hear from people charged with probation violation that they did not meet with the probation officer because they did not have the money to pay the fee, or that they were afraid to report an incident to the officer.  This is a mistake on the part of the probationer. You must meet with the probation officer on a regular basis.

If you have questions about probation violation, Contact the probation violation attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
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