Defending Against Alleged Probation Violations

Probation violations can come with severe consequences if you are found guilty of violating your probation. The judge could sentence you to the maximum amount of custody, including a prison sentence. We deal with probation violations of both common kinds. This includes either an arrest on a new charge or a technical violation of one of the terms of probation. You may have one of these types or both.

We work with you to avoid having the hearing altogether to avoid the revocation of your probation. This way you are able to remain on probation and avoid being sentenced to jail or prison.

Contact Our Defense Attorney If You Have Been Accused Of A Parole Violation

Our lawyer will work hard to minimize the consequences of an alleged probation violation. Call us at 951-888-1574. You may also contact us online and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible. From our offices in Riverside, we provide legal counsel to people throughout Southern California.