When an individual is convicted of a crime in Georgia, they may find themselves on probation. Probation allows an individual to remain in their community under the supervision of a probation officer. These individuals are given a great opportunity to work on a successful future and rehabilitate but they are required to meet certain requirements during the period of time they are on probation. When an individual is on probation, some of the many terms of the agreement may include a combination or all of the following:
If an individual violates probation in the state of Georgia, there are four categories of violations that the occurrence may fall into:
When a probation violation does occur, the probation officer may issue a warrant for the arrest of the individual. The judge assessing the case will have to determine whether it would be best for the individual to reinstate the probation agreement or whether the rest of the probationary period should be served behind bars. Of course, this decision relies heavily on what type of violation was committed and the likelihood of probation being violated again.
Individuals who violate probation should retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney that can effectively fight on his or her behalf. If you need a criminal defense attorney that is on your side, contact our firm today.
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