In essence, violating your probation is breaching a contract you have with the court. If you violate, the judge can terminate your probation completely, and decide to execute the original punishment that was deferred. And that can mean incarceration. Nobody wants that, except, maybe the prosecutor trying to put you there.
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If you have been charged with a probation violation in Battle Creek, Michigan, trust the experienced criminal defense attorneys at the law firm of David G. Moore. Contact us today and let us help you to avoid arrest and arrange a hearing, even and especially if a bench warrant has been issued for your arrest.