Probation or community supervision is a substitute for jail time that may be available depending on individual circumstances. Generally, there are two way to violate the terms and conditions of adult supervision: (1) technical violations; and (2) new law violations.
There are multiple options available to a probationer accused of violating his or her probation. First, and most importantly, the state must still prove the accusations they rely upon in filing the motion to revoke. Beyond that, there are also a multitude of sentencing options that are an alternative to jail or prison. So, if you are being accused of probation violations, contact Rick Oliver Attorney at Law so that an experienced professional can give you the guidance you need to successfully complete your existing probation.
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