Defending Against Probation Violations
If you are placed on probation, the responsibility for following the conditions of your probation is largely up to you. Most probation officers are not going to remind you of your scheduled appointments or otherwise take an active role in ensuring that you are successful during the term of your probationary period. This means that even an honest mistake or the smallest infraction can have serious consequences, including returning to prison to finish out the remainder of your sentence. When there is so much at stake, you need help from an experienced criminal defense lawyer who can help minimize the impact of an alleged probation violation.
If you have been accused of a probation violation, it is important to take immediate, proactive action. For over 25 years, Virginians have sought my guidance throughout a difficult chapter in their life. Let me stand up for your rights. Contact Lenox Law today.
A Violation Does Not Have To Be The End Of Your Story
The strict conditions of a probation term can make it feel like you are being set up to fail. However, if you violate the terms of your probation, either by mistake or for any other reason, there are still strategies available that may be able to help you avoid the harshest possible consequences. After a probation violation, you need someone who is willing to stand up for you and help you get your life back on track. Let me fight for you.
Accused Of Violating Probation? Contact Me For A Free Consultation.
If you have been accused of violating the conditions of your probation, contact me for help. Call my law office in Manassas at 703-997-1600 or contact me online.