Understanding Probation Violations
Have you been charged with violating your probation?
If you have been accused of violating your parole or violating your probation, it is absolutely necessary to seek the assistance of an attorney at your earliest convenience. The consequences of violating parole or probation can be extremely harsh. You could be forced to return to jail or you could be subject to other strict penalties. It is important that you do everything you can to protect yourself from overly severe punishments.
If you are put on probation, you will be free from jail or prison, but you will be required to meet certain requirements or follow certain guidelines. For example, you could be required to attend a drug education program as part of your probation.
If you are on parole, you have been released from prison before your sentence is up and you will also be subject to certain guidelines and restrictions.
If you violate your probation or your parole, you could be in serious trouble. I could be able to help defend you against such charges to help you avoid returning to prison or extending the period of your probation.
Why Choose Me?
I am deeply aware of the social, economic and emotional effects that jail time can have on a person. I know that you deserve to have a powerful and aggressive advocate in your corner who knows how to fight for your rights. Because I have experience as both a criminal defense lawyer and as a deputy sheriff, I have an invaluable perspective into how the "other side" works. I will do everything I can to protect your rights and advocate your best interests.