If you have been granted probation after being convicted of a crime, this is a favorable outcome; however, if you have breached any of the conditions of your probation, you will be charged with a probation violation.
Some of the conditions of probation include:
- Not being arrested again
- Not leaving the state of Connecticut without permission
- Not possessing or carrying firearms or weapons
- Checking in regularly with a probation officer
- Appearing before a judge
- Completing community service
- Paying all applicable fines
Being charged with a probation violation can be a tedious and frustrating situation, but one that can quickly spiral if not defended properly.