Probation Violation: Lawyers from Dale Carson Law Fight False Claims to Keep You Out of Jail
If you have been charged with a probation violation, a lawyer from Dale Carson Law can help keep you from serving unnecessary jail time or having your probation extended. Because a conviction has already occurred on a felony or misdemeanor charge, a defendant charged with violation of probation has fewer rights in
Why You Should Fight Allegations of Probation Violation — a Lawyer Explains
A violation of probation charge works differently in
While these differences increase the challenge of fighting a probation violation charge, it is far from impossible.
Why fight a probation violation charge? Because you could end up serving an unnecessary amount of time in jail or prison.
If you are convicted of violating the terms of your probation, the judge can sentence you to serve up to the maximum allowable prison time for the original crime. So, if you were convicted of a crime with a maximum allowable sentence of five years in prison but were put on probation instead, violating your probation terms could still get you up to five years in prison—even if you were just months away from completing your probation period. Other consequences for violating probation include reinstatement of your probation (same terms, but you start over) and modification of your probation—usually involving more restrictive terms.
However, an experienced
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