When your license has been disciplined and you have been placed on probation by your licensing body, you must comply with the terms and conditions of your probation.
If you do not, your probation monitor may report your alleged violation to the licensing board, who will then report it to the Attorney General’s office. At that point, a Petition to Revoke Probation will be filed against you. Generally, you will have an opportunity to respond directly to the license probation monitor about any allegations against you before the petition is filed. However, if you miss that opportunity, the resolution will be negotiated with the attorney for the licensing body.
It is crucial that you speak to an attorney immediately if you are facing any potential allegation of probation violation such as testing positive for alcohol or failing to pay a fine.
At Unlock Legal, our probation violation attorneys can counsel you throughout the process, defend you against the allegations, and attempt to negotiate a resolution if a Petition for Revocation of Probation is filed against you.
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