Probation Violation

Your previous criminal case may have been successfully resolved with fines and probation. You may have agreed that you would not repeat the alleged offense and that you would perform community service or participate in rehabilitation. However, being charged with a new offense, or having failed to meet all the requirement of your probation, will result in a probation violation charge.

Contact The Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Williams to assist you in any of the following circumstances:

 

  • You are charged with a repeat offense DUI.
  • Your ankle monitor indicated that you had been drinking again, contrary to the terms of your probation.
  • You failed to pay your fine.
  • You forgot to pay restitution, fines and fees.
  • You “paid” it with a bad check.
  • You did not enroll in, or attend, anger management courses as agreed.
  • You did not perform community service as agreed.
  • You were charged with some careless misdemeanor, such as disorderly conduct or credit card fraud.

 

What Happens After Your Arrest?
Probation is jail time – it is jail time that allows you to walk around as a free person. It assumes that you will not get into trouble again or otherwise come to the attention of the authorities. One of the general terms of your probation is that you will not violate the laws of any governmental unit. If you, or a loved one, find yourself in the situation of a possible probation violation, contact your attorney as soon as possible.

Contact a North Metro-Atlanta Probation Violation Defense Attorney
For more information or to schedule a consultation with North Metro-Atlanta area probation violation defense attorney Jeffrey S. Williams, call (770) 645-0990.