Probation and parole violations are serious offenses that often result in harsh penalties such as community service, heavy fines, extended jail time, and more. The consequences associated with a parole or probation violation usually depends on a number of factors, including prior convictions and/or parole violations.
Probation is usually made with very specific conditions relevant to the conviction for which probation was sentenced. A violation of these conditions can lead to revocation of probation and the imposition of a custodial (Jail or Prison) sentence.
Building a strong defense is crucial for having the charges against you dismissed or having your penalties minimized. At Davis, Kessler & Davis, we can build a solid case in your defense based on insufficient evidence, your actual innocence, or other relevant circumstances.
We can help you achieve an optimal outcome by conducting research into the facts surrounding the charges, interviewing police, prosecutors, and witnesses, coordinating private lie detector tests, and more. In many cases, we are able to have the charges reduced or dismissed.
You have legal rights and options! If you are accused of violating your probation or parole, we can help. Please contact us today for a FREE consultation with one of our experienced and effective criminal defense attorney who can evaluate the circumstances of your case and help you avoid excessive penalties or punishment.