When you are placed on probation for a conviction, you are expected to abide by several conditions of probation and refrain from criminal activity. Any violation of your conditions of probation can result in the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services seeking to revoke your probation.
Depending on the circumstances, revocation of probation can result in substantial jail time or a length and onerous probationary sentence.
At Williams & Walsh, LLC, we are well-versed in probation violations and can help you explore all of your options. Please contact us today.