Violations of Community Control Lawyer

The Law Office of William Orth can help you with any criminal defense case, including:

    Violations of Community Control

  • This is a more intense type of probation. You can either be directly placed on Community Control or, if after you have violated your probation, you could be place on Community Control. This type of probation is literally the last type of probation you could be placed on before the Court seeks to have you incarcerated. The most specific difference between probation and community control is you are required to be at your residence during a specific period of time usually early evening to early morning precluding you from running to the store for a gallon of milk at 9 pm. Community Control is commonly known as house arrest.

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