Probation is a temporary relief for most who receive a ‘guilty’ verdict. Though the conditions of probation are difficult, it is still an opportunity to rebuild your life and prevent jail time. But what happens when you are charged with probation violation?
Suspended sentences are revoked. You may have to serve jail time or pay steep fines. The length of your probation can be extended. You will have to deal with the probation officer who keeps a hawk-like watch on you for an even longer period now. There may also be many additional penalties imposed on you.
You have an opportunity to avoid such outcome. With our expansive and varied probation violation cases experience, we will help you secure the best possible outcome. Before we proceed,we should understand what usually comprises probation violation.
Probation violation cases become especially difficult to defend as the prosecutors in a probation revocation do not need to prove that the probationer violated a condition beyond reasonable doubt.
If you get charged with probation violation, get in touch with Acosta Law Group’s qualified and experienced lawyers. You will need lawyers at every step of the process. Your attorney will advise you on the proceedings. He will also have first -hand experience with local probation officers, courts and prosecutors, which will help in deriving better outcome, and reduce your chances of securing probation revocation.
You can uninhibitedly approach us with all your doubts and questions.Our first consultation is absolutely free, and meeting us will only affirm your faith on us.