Avoid Or Respond To A Charge Of A Probation Violation
Unfortunately, violating probation terms can mean a return to prison and a reinstatement of harsh consequences such as jail time or a felony record in some cases. You may stand accused of a probation violation if you:
- Allegedly offended again (with the same or another offense)
- Did not pay required fines
- Did not report to your probation officer as scheduled
- Did not fulfill terms of your probation such as attending driving safety training or anger management sessions
If your probation violation came about because of new criminal charges, it is urgent that you get the best available defense for the new case. The Law Offices of Glew & Kim has an established track record of favorable outcomes in marijuana and other criminal matters. Contact us in Santa Ana for advice on your alleged probation violation.
You may have a compelling argument to present in your defense after you have been charged with a probation violation such as:
- Circumstances beyond your control
- Miscommunication from your probation officer or other officials
We are prepared to evaluate your case to determine the most positive way forward.
For Post-Conviction Relief, Including Defense Of A Probation Violation, Get An Experienced Defense Attorney On Your Side
Above all, do not ignore a notice that you have violated probation after a conviction. You could be back at the jailhouse before you know it. Even if you suspect you may get such a notice (because you missed a hearing, for example), contact one of our California defense lawyer at 714-713-4525 or by email. Schedule initial consultation as soon as possible.
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