You live in Missouri and your attorney, a judge, or the Department of Revenue is requiring you to complete a SATOP class. What is that? Why do you have to take it? And most importantly, can you get out of it?
In my last blog post I discussed the types of probation and how to set yourself up for probation success. What if, despite your best intentions, you didn't succeed though? You somehow ended up violating the terms of your probation. You feel panic setting in and start to wonder how bad this really is? Will your probation be revoked? Will there be other consequences as well?