Probation can be a light at the end of the tunnel for those facing or serving a sentence. It can also be an unnecessary burden and obstacle to progress. In either case, we will be your advocate and fight for your interests.
Allegations for violating probation can get technical in a hurry. In some instances, it could mean that the prosecution will ask to hold you in custody without bond. In other cases, a finding that you violated probation could mean that your probation will be automatically revoked. In other cases, if found in violation, you may be facing mandatory prison that could run consecutive to other pending matters. On the other side of the coin, if you are found to have violated probation, the court may not have the authority to sentence you to prison even if the court wants to. These technical nuances make all the difference. You need an attorney who knows what to look for when dealing with probation matters and how to handle them.