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Probation Violations can include:
- Committing a new offense
- Not reporting to probation officer
- Positive drug or alcohol test
- Failing to pay fines or court costs
- Community service hours
Do you have outstanding probation violations?
When a probation officer files a revocation for probation violations, the court issues a warrant for your arrest. In addition, probation violations can have serious consequences. For example, a probation revocation can result in jail time and conviction on your record. However, to avoid getting arrested for violating probation, call Haddad Law Firm today to speak with a criminal defense attorney about your case.