What does 3 years probation mean for 60 days – Georgia Criminal Law Questions & Answers


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which means 3 years probation for 60 days

Georgia’s charge is possession of meth

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A: That means you will serve 60 days in prison and then be released on parole for the remainder of the 3 year sentence.

It’s basically a three-year suspended sentence that requires you to serve a small jail sentence before you start parole.

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A: It’s likely a 3-year sentence, with the first 60 days being served in prison and the remaining 2 years and 10 months being served on probation.

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