Probation Violation

Probation violation is an offense when you break the terms or conditions of your probation.

You have options when facing a probation violation for misdemeanor or felony charges. If you don't fight back, more of your freedom could be taken away from you. 

Here are some actions that could lead to you violating probation:

·  Failing to pay restitution

·  Failing to appear in court

·  Failing to complete community service or rehabilitation

·  Failing to meet with your probation officer

·  Keeping the company of people the court warned you not to

·  Being in known crime areas

·  Possessing illegal drugs or firearms

·  Getting arrested or convicted of a new crime

The consequence for violating probation depends on the seriousness of your case and the nature of the violation. Minor violations may result in a warning. More serious violations may require a formal violation hearing. If a hearing is required, the prosecution must prove that your actions put you in violation. 

A skilled and experienced criminal attorney will give you a significant advantage during your hearing. The prosecution will not hold back anything and your probation officer is not on your side either. You need someone in your corner to fight for you and help you get your life back to normal.
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