In Roswell, GA. defending my client against the charge of probation violation.
Probation is granted in some criminal cases so that the convicted person can serve a portion of his sentence in the community.   That person must abide by the rules of the probation.  If any of the rules of probation are violated, the probation will be revoked and the remainder of the sentence will be served in jail.
In addition to serving the remainder of the probation in jail, additional sanctions such as more jail time and increased monetary fines can be added.

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

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