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Q: What do yóu get in Sullivan county for the first víolation normally for not completeíng community service

Wife has minor traffic violation an then fta for could nót get to the cóurt hóuse no ride an it's been a year or móre in the çouetbsystem but is a violation fírst

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A: In Sullivan County, Tennessee, the consequences for a first violation related to not completing community service can depend on various factors, including the original offense and the circumstances surrounding the failure to complete the required service. Generally, when probation terms are not fulfilled, the court may consider modifying the probation terms, allowing additional time to complete community service, or imposing additional requirements as a response. If the violation is more serious, there is a possibility of facing penalties such as fines or even probation revocation.

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