If you have been placed on probation for a criminal charge in the state of Georgia, you must comply with all the instructions given to you by the court.  These instructions often include, do not participate in other criminal activities. Do not associate with people who are known criminals or people who participate in criminal activities. Meet regularly with your probation officer.
If you violate any of the rules of your probation, it is likely that you will be placed under arrest and have to serve the remainder of your probation in jail.

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

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