If you have been charged with violating your probation, then there is the possibility that you will face serious punishment. Your probation status may be revoked, leading to time spent in jail or prison. We can represent you in your probation violation case and present a defense to the court that could lead to your charges being reduced or dismissed entirely, allowing you to avoid facing further penalties.
A person who is on probation must be on their best behavior. Any illegal act, no matter how small, can possibly result in an immediate revocation of their probation. Some of the primary acts that lead to a revocation of a person’s probation include:
- Failing to pay fines or restitution for your criminal offense as ordered by the court
- Failing to complete community service for your criminal offense as ordered by the court
- Failing to report to your probation officer when required
- Failing a Urinary Analysis test