Violation of Probation
Have You Violated Your Probation?
A violation of probation (VOP) proceeding is much different from being charged with a new crime. Because you have already been sentenced to probation, you have less protection than if you were charged with a new crime.
When you are placed on probation or community control, you are advised of conditions you must complete or adhere to while you are in a position of community control. Should you violate the conditions by intentionally or materially breaking the rules, your probation or community control could be violated. A probation officer will fill out an affidavit asking the judge to sign a warrant for your arrest.
If you believe that your probation officer is going to accuse you of violating your felony or misdemeanor probation, you need to contact Sneider Law.
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