If you have been charged with a probation violation, contact The Legal Boys immediately as probation violations can be time sensitive.
Many criminal defendants who are convicted will get probation with their sentence. Anyone convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor case will either have to serve formal probation, which is supervised by a probation officer, or summary probation, which is unsupervised probation. Probation obligations can include the payment of fines, completion of community service, court ordered participation in classes and/or programs, jail time, or in person progress reports. It is very important that all probation must be fulfilled with in the time allotted by the court. And above all DO NOT GET ARRESTED FOR ANYTHING ELSE DURING YOUR PROBATION PERIOD.
If a person on probation breaks any rules or fails to complete the probation requirements, probation can be revoked. The court may then impose prison time, a jail sentence or even a warrant.
In the event probation is violated contact The Legal Boys to discuss your options to see what can be done. The best defense attorney will get rid of or reduce any potential consequences that come with your probation violation. Each case is unique and needs to be handled as such. Most cases have extenuating circumstances that need to be addresses in a timely manner for the best results.
If you want your FREEDOM back contact The Legal Boys via telephone or e-mail for your FREE CONSULTATION. We will build a criminal defense team to aggressively handle your case and ensure that justice is on your side!
* For purposes of understanding, not intended as legal advice.