Our office often represents people who are on probation and pick up a new, minor case. The client is often then offered a plea bargain on the new case with fairly good terms. Relieved to be offered such a seemingly good deal, the client is eager to accept it. We caution, “not so fast.” Pleading even no contest to a new case while on probation can constitute a probation violation, barring the individual from expungement later on. Read more about this by clicking the following link – http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1853184.html.