Probation Violation Defense Attorney Serving Nashville, Tennessee
When you have been convicted of a crime, you may have been given a chance to serve your sentence on probation or on community corrections. These alternative sentences require you to report frequently to your probation officer, pay fines and fees, submit to drug testing, do community service, or be subject to travel restrictions or a curfew.
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If you do not comply with the terms of probation, you could be arrested again for a violation of your probation and be looking at your sentence being placed into effect to be served in jail or prison.
Oftentimes, you are already at a disadvantage because you have already been convicted. Jay Moreland can help explain your situation, defend against the violation allegations, and help you put a plan in place for the court to consider in lieu of making you serve jail time.