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Probation: Babysitter for the Court

After spending months worrying about the outcome of your criminal case, you finally received a plea offer that allows you to serve a term of probation instead of being sentenced to jail or prison.  Unfortunately most attorneys and judges don’t really explain what probation truly requires.   Probation in Georgia can take many forms.  The […]

5 TIPS FOR SAFELY DEALING WITH PROBATION TERMS

1.) Keep a WRITTEN LOG of all communication with Probation.  They are keeping a LOG on you.  Your only defense is to ACCURATELY summarize any communication you have with them.   2.) If you request permission to DEVIATE from a probation term (seeking permission to miss a counseling session or traveling issues), follow up with a CONFIRMING […]

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