Violation of Probation

Many times, the Court will grant an individual probation rather than a jail sentence.  When placed on probation, certain conditions are put in place that will need to be satisfied before one can be released from probation.  Once these conditions are met, the individual is then released from probation.  However, if one or more of these conditions are not met, a violation of probation warrant can issue for the individual’s arrest.  Some of the reasons that can cause a violation of probation arrest warrant to issue are; failed drug screes, being arrested and charged with a new offense, failure to pay fines and court costs, failing to complete court ordered classes/counseling and for not reporting to probation as directed.

The punishment for a violation of probation can be severe and many times the State will attempt to require the individual to serve their full sentence in incarceration.  That is why it is very important to seek legal help immediately.  When you contact Parker and Pugh, there are many steps that can be taken to greatly reduce your punishment and improve your chances of remaining free.

Our lawyers have handled hundreds of violation of probation cases and will take all actions necessary to ensure that your rights are protected.  If you are facing a violation of probation, call us for your free consultation so we can begin helping you.

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