If you have been sentenced to probation in Georgia, and you violate this probation, the judge can and probably will revoke your probation.
This can mean additional jail time for you. You may also be required to attend additional counseling and additional community service. 
There are many ways to violate probation.  Use care and good judgment at all times, and especially during a probationary period.

If you have issues pertaining to probation violation, contact an experienced probation violation attorney.

Call probation violation attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation.  770-408-1001

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