Accused Of Violating Probation? We Can Help.

Probation is sometimes used as an alternative to a jail or prison sentence. There are other circumstances in which probation may be assigned as well. When an individual is placed on probation, he or she must meet specific requirements. When these requirements are not met, that person may be charged with a probation violation.

Have you been accused of violating probation in Georgia? If so, talk to Mr. Forsyth. He can fight aggressively on your behalf and help you seek the best possible resolution.

Free consultation: Call our law office in Darien, Georgia, at 912-437-4544 to set up a meeting with Mr. Forsyth.

Consequences Of Probation Violations

If you are convicted of a probation violation, you may face the following:

There may be many reasons why an individual is charged with a probation violation. Failing a drug test, failing to pay a required fine, failing to appear in court or failing to complete community service are just some of these reasons.

The good news is that there may be solid legal options available in your case. Often, an individual may not even know that he or she violated the terms of probation. We will take a close look at your case and make sure that your side of the story is told. We will protect your rights and work to clear your name.

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In a free consultation, we will review the facts of your case and explain how we can help you. Please complete our online contact form to get started.