In most cases, following jail time a person is placed on probation, which is a set of very strict requirements a person must abide by in order to successfully complete the probationary period. If any of these conditions and requirements for probation are violated in any way, a violation report can be brought and an individual can very easily find themselves back in court.
The wide range of circumstances that can result in a probation violation can include:
These examples and many others may be grounds for probation violations, which can carry hefty penalties and are disastrous for an individual working to start over after a conviction. However, in many cases, probation violations are simply a misunderstanding between the individual and their probation officer, and with the right legal argument it can be established that the allegations are either completely or partially incorrect.
Attempting to argue a probation violation alone is not the best course of action. When you are faced with a probation violation, the best way to clearly convey your account of what happened to the judge, is to have an experienced lawyer advocating for your case. With effective negotiation skills and a strong defense, the lawyers at Parker Law will build a case surrounding your story to illustrate your innocence. We will keep you informed throughout the entire process from start to finish, so that you can feel confident that you have the right expertise to win your case on your side.
If you have been accused of violating probation and are considering your next steps, please reach out to Parker Law today to learn more about how we can help you win your case. Click the link below to contact the Parker Law Offices today and set up a consultation about your Probation Violation case.
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