What is Adult Probation?
If you are concerned about what probation is, Austin Defense Lawyer Gabriella Young can help. The role of the probation officer is to monitor offenders to assure that they comply with the Conditions of Probation. The probation officer will directly supervise you throughout your term of probation. As long as you follow the conditions of probation, in general, a probation officer will not interfere with your everyday business.
Some common offenses that are probated in both Travis and Williamson County are DWIs, Assault with Bodily Injury, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of a Controlled Substance. When you are placed on probation for any charge, you must follow all conditions of probation as well as pay all fees and court costs, participate in alcohol/drug classes, and complete any required community service.
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The specific terms and conditions of probation in your case are given to you by the Probation Department and will be discussed with you at length at your probation orientation and first probation meeting.
What is probation? If probation seems like a lot of work, it can be. However, it is a great alternative for people who have busy work schedules, children or anxiety about returning to a jail setting. Although it is not an alternative for everyone probation is most often times a positive experience and an easy way to complete any obligations a person may have to the state for charges.
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