Defending Those Accused Of Probation Violations
When people are found guilty of a criminal charge, probation is frequently part of a sentence. The conditions of probation may be such that a violation will be likely, which may mean prison or jail time or a greater period on probation. That said, some violations reported to a judge are not necessarily so strong that they change a sentence, particularly if they are addressed properly. In fact, with proper counsel, you may actually be able to petition the court so that you can get released from probation early. That said, it is important to partner with an attorney who can recognize such opportunity and advocate on your behalf.
With more than two decades of experience, Andrew Talge is prepared to handle any probation violation issue, including:
- Positive drug tests
- Drug issues
- Failure to attend community service
- Failure to attend classes
- Failure to pay fines and costs
- New law violation(s)
In addition, he will work directly with you to do everything possible to limit the time you have to spend on probation. As with all criminal defense issues, however, it is important to act decisively and with full knowledge of your rights. We encourage you to get in touch and schedule an initial consultation as soon as possible.