Violation of Probation
A violation of probation can often lead to increased fines, enhanced charges, and sometimes lengthy jail or prison sentences. There are steps that you can take to help avoid these punishments. Many people believe that, once violated, there are no other options. Running away, doing drugs, and committing new crimes are all common "solutions" that take a bad situation and make it even worse. If you are in violation, call us to help guide you through the process. There are ways to minimize or even eliminate additional sanctions against you.
If you have not yet been charged with violating your probation, but know that a charge is coming, act quickly and there are steps that we can take that may allow the probation officer or judge to not file or even dismiss the violation all together.
Contact us now for a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney.