Statesboro, GA asked in Criminal Law, Probate and Municipal Law for Georgia

Q: Can my misdemeanor probation officer refuse my comunity service hours from a federal non profit establishment?

He is saying i have to do them at the land feild and the land feild said they dont do comunity service anymore for court mandated hours. I told the officer this and he started being unruly with me. By law his jobis to find other options and establishment to accept service hours from so hes notdoing his job regardless even if the land feilds did which they do not offer comunity service work , I would be unable to work there as it is unsanitary and could cause my pregnate wife to become sick and lose our child.

1 Lawyer Answer
William C. Head
William C. Head
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Sandy Springs, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: Your lawyer can take your probation issues back before the judge. He or she can resolve this, since the judge oversees the case.

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