Probation and Parole Violations
Whether it be a technical violation for absconder, drug use or failure to abide by conditions, or a direct violation for picking up a new arrest, probation and parole violations don’t always mean jail time if the proper steps are taken and time is not wasted. There are numerous factors that are taken into account by probation and parole officers, judges and prosecutors when deciding the fate of an individual who has violated their parole/probation agreement such as prior criminal history, prior violations, and drug use. Do not accept the probation/parole department recommendation of a violation or parole revocation without consulting with a lawyer.
If you have had a recent parole/probation violation, do not waste any time. Contact us today for a free telephone consultation so that we may get started on your case right away.