My boyfriend was arrested for violating probabtion . He was violated for not completing his classes , community service hours ( he didn’t have ) and not paying probation on time ( him and his p.o. established that he can pay whatever whenever just has to be in the month of ) . 1. He couldn’t even tell his p.o. that he couldn’t make it to his classes because everytime he called her she would hang up in his face . Also he works at Anderson and Columbia and y’all kno that could be outta town . He already told his p.o. about the job and she approved cause they were only doing work in live oak at the time . Community service house , he never had those . Not paying probation money , he WAS . We was paying it faithfully so that’s bs. He was literally paying it again the day he got arrested at the probation office . And to top it all off . Since he started working at A & C , she started having him come in on Friday’s instead of Tuesday due to his schedule and she was NEVER THERE . Somebody else had to check him out ( somebody who’s not his p.o. )
Yes, it is possible but completely up to his judge. Having an experienced attorney will increase his chances of getting reinstated. Speak with someone today.
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