Clients can have their probation or parole revoked for a variety of reasons, regardless of how serious or minor the act was. Frequently, this occurs when clients:
- Commit a new misdemeanor or felony crime
- Fail to report to the probation officer
- Fail an alcohol or drug test
- Fail to pay fines or restitution
- Fail to complete alcohol treatment, drug treatment, anger management treatment, or other required treatment
- Violate other conditions of probation
Act Now. Don't Let Your Freedom Be Revoked.
If convicted for a probation violation, you face revocation of your probation and execution of the stayed sentence. In addition, if your probation is being revoked in conjunction with new criminal charges, there may be aggravated penalties. When this much is at stake, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney by your side.
Contact the Conese Law Office to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced probation violation defense attorney. We will fight to protect your rights and your freedom.