Sometimes, rather than serve time in jail or prison, people are placed on probation. If you have been probated or given conditional discharge time (“time on the shelf”) and are subsequently arrested or cited for another criminal charge, you are at risk of having your probation “revoked” for the agreed upon time period. When you come to court to address your new charge(s), you will also be faced with the initial case in which you were placed on probation. If you are facing revocation, contact an attorney to help make sure you obtain the best possible outcome.
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