Violation of Probation
Being on probation is tough.
If you have violated probation the consequences can be severe. You do not have a right to a jury trial. The judge decides your fate. Whether you violated probation with a technical violation or a substantive violation because of an arrest, we will fight to ensure you receive the best possible outcome.
Always keep and make copies of the conditions you have satisfied while on probation. Do not rely upon your probation officer to keep accurate and complete records. If you have proof of what you’ve completed it will be undisputed.
If you have an outstanding warrant for violating probation we may be able to set a court date and bring you to court; bypassing the need for you to get arrested. My approach to these situations is to control each variable to ensure that you spend as little time in custody as possible, or are not arrested at all. Accomplishing this means having relationships with the key players in the system.