I am representing a client who was convicted of a crime, and he was fortunate enough to receive a probated sentence.  This means that my client was found guilty by the court, and the judge is allowing him to serve his sentence outside of prison.
The judge's instructions to the person who receives a probated sentence are very specific. The judge outlines what must be done, and what things cannot be done, to complete this probated sentence.
Any violation of these terms can result in a revocation of probation.

There are individuals who through misfortune, or other circumstances, cannot fulfill all of the requirements of probation. They run the risk of being returned to jail.
If you have questions about the above or if you are at risk of having your probation revoked, contact the probation defense attorney Scott Miller, in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001

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