What is a VOP?
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Q: What is a VOP?
A: VOP is short for Violation of Probation. When the judge imposes a criminal sentence it typically will include probation or incarceration. Probation is a time when the courts are actively watching a person to make sure they are complying with the court order. If a person fails to comply with the court order a “Violation of Probation” is reported to the judge. The judge could issue a VOP warrant or a notice for the person to appear back in front of the judge to answer for the violated the probation. A violation of probation is extremely serious and a person can go to jail or prison for a violation. Contact your experienced St. Petersburg VOP attorney today to put together your best case.
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