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Violation of Probation

In the state of California, judges often order that people be placed on probation as part of their sentence. People who have committed misdemeanors may be placed on probation as well as people who commit felony offenses. However, in cases involving felony charges, people will usually be given probation in place of jail time or a prison sentence.

When a person is put on probation, he or she will have to comply with certain terms that are determined by the court. For example, people on probation must not commit criminal offenses and may be ordered to check in with probation officers or submit to ongoing drug tests. If people meet the terms, once their probationary period ends, they will be free to move on with their lives.

In cases where people do not adhere to probationary terms, they may be charged with probation violation. If this happens, they will have to appear in court for a probation hearing. If they are found guilty of violating their probation, they may have their probation privileges revoked and their original sentences may be imposed. This means that if a person was supposed to serve time in jail, he or she may be ordered to serve his or her original jail sentence for violating his or her probation.

Have You Been Charged with Probation Violation?

If you have been charged with probation violation in California, now is the time to hire a skilled criminal defense lawyer who is able to intervene immediately on your behalf. If you are not proactive and do not work with a lawyer, you may be facing jail time if you are found guilty at your probation hearing.

Call Attorney Al Amer Today

When people have been charged with violating terms of their probation in California, they should contact the experienced lawyers at The Amer Law Firm.

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