A friend in Georgia had 12 months probation for a felony and was on non-report but had to attend anger management classes. He missed the last 2 classes due to his new job. 2 years later he got rear-ended and when his license was checked they arrested him for probation violation. His probation was revoked and he has to serve 11 months in county jail. He was able to serve 2 for one time and is about to be released.
No, it sounds like his sentence will be over but it's impossible to answer without seeing the actual sentence and revocation order.
I am not a GA lawyer so I cannot comment on matters of GA law or procedure. However, had you asked this question in Florida, where I have been a practicing criminal defense attorney for a quarter of a century, then I would say that when your probation is "revoked" (as opposed to "suspended" or "modified"), especially when that is done in lieu of an incarcerative sentence, then it is over, and when released there is no more probation.
That said, again I am not a GA lawyer and you are best advised to find a Jefferson, GA area criminal defense lawyer, engage in a meaningful consultation and get yourself some advise which is legally sound and has been custom tailored to meet your needs in your case.
I hope that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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Based on your description, it appears that once he is released, he would no longer be on probation. However, he should seek the advice of his attorney to make sure.
If his sentence was revoked in full, then he will not have to report to probation once he has served the jail time. Moreover, he will not be required to fulfill any special conditions of probation since his sentenced maxed out with the jail time. Again, that is the case so long as his sentence was revoked in full.
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