As long as the convicted person abides by the instructions of the judge and the laws of the state of Georgia, he or she should be able to serve this sentence on probation.
If the person on probation violates any of the rules of probation, or breaks other laws, then that person will be charged with probation violation and if convicted they will serve the remainder of their time in jail.
Probation is an agreement between the court and the convicted person. Any possible breach of that agreement by the convicted person should be discussed with a probation violation attorney.
If you have questions about the above, or if you have been charged with probation violation, contact the probation violation defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
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- Scott made my probation violation charge go away in Roswell. Thank you Scott for believing in me and keeping me out of jail. Rob
- Attorney Scott Miller got my probation violation charge dismissed! Thanks to attorney Scott Miller, I am working and supporting my wife and child instead of serving time in jail for a past mistake. I can't say enough good things about attorney Miller and how he solved my problem. Javeir: Sandy Springs, GA.
- Attorney Scott Miller, you are amazing! After having two other attorneys tell me that my son would probably go back to jail for probation violation, you were a breath of fresh air in our lives. You got our sons probation violation charge dismissed and now he can continue to work and build a life for himself. We are so thankful for the work you did for us. Monica: Roswell
- Posted on 04/17/2012 Alpharetta Lawyer’s Alternatives to Jail for GA Probation Violation