I have a day desk job that my officer already checked. But with my personal business my officer said she needs to call every client for every event I go and do and tell them I am on probation & community control and my charger. As well as question how them as to how they know me. This has already frightened off one client. Is this lawful?I dont think my business & clients are in great jeopardy.
It is difficult to answer your question with the facts and information provided in your inquiry. The facts themselves are a bit unclear, as it provides a portion of the story. You should consult directly with a criminal defense attorney who would have an opportunity to review the disposition of your case as well as review the terms of your probation. Sometimes these disclosures are dependent upon the type of charge that was decided upon by the Court.
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