Atlanta, GA asked in Criminal Law for Georgia

Q: I have a felony probation warrant and wanting to do away with probation serving minimal time. Best way to handle this?

On probation for posession of alprazolam (xanax)

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Robbie Levin
Robbie Levin
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Marietta, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: You’ll need to hire a criminal defense attorney. There’s no way to answer your question without knowing a lot more about the details of your situation.

For more information visit my website at www.LevinLawyerGa.com

Sean McIlhinney
Sean McIlhinney
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Norcross, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: This is an excellent question.

There definitely are some actions that you can take proactively to help your situation. However, an attorney will need to know much more about your case before advising you as to the best course of action for you.

I would advise you to speak with and hire an experienced GA criminal defense attorney about the specific facts of your probation revocation case to better understand your potential defenses, current situation and likelihood of minimizing jail time.

I have been practicing law in GA for over 20 years and regularly handle criminal cases through out GA.

Please feel free to call or email for a free case evaluation and fee quote if you like. My contact details are set out below.

Sean McIlhinney, Esq.

Email: sean@ms-firm.com

Cell: 404-932-3099

Office: 678-387-6920

Priscilla T. Upshaw
Priscilla T. Upshaw
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Powder Springs, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: I agree with my colleagues. It is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.

We are glad to assist you. Contact us whenever you are ready.

We wish you well.

-The Upshaw Law Firm, (770) 240-0922.

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