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Criminal Defense

Violation Of Probation

Probation is court ordered supervision which is an alternative to incarceration. Probation allows a person to avoid jail or prison if they agree to comply with certain court ordered conditions. If a person violates their probation, he or she can face the maximum penalty allowed under law for their original charge. Most common reasons why people violate probation are:
bullet Failure to Pay Fines
bullet Failure to Complete Community Service Hours
bullet Failure to Report to the Probation Officer
bullet Failure to take or pass a Drug Test
bullet Failure to Complete Drug or Alcohol Treatment
bullet Being Arrested for a Criminal Offense
It is important to hire an experienced attorney to protect your rights. In a Violation of Probation (VOP) hearing the burden of proof required by law and the evidentiary rules are different from a regular criminal trial. There is no right to a jury in a VOP hearing. The judge will decide if there was a violation and will determine the sentence.
If you have violated the terms of your probation, do not admit to the allegations against you without first consulting with an attorney. Often times, the prosecution cannot prove that the person “willfully” violated their probation. Admitting to a violation of probation may have a devastating effect on any other cases which you may have currently pending.
The attorneys at The Law Offices of Yuri Tsyganov, PL have experience handling all VOP issues. If you violate the conditions of your probation, the judge can issue a warrant for your arrest. If you discover that there is an outstanding warrant for your arrest, contact the Law Offices of Yuri Tsyganov, PL immediately. Do not wait to get arrested. You could spend weeks in jail with No BOND before your first court appearance. We may be able to protect your rights and seek to have your warrant dismissed, your Bond modified and granted, and your probation reinstated. We are ready to fight for your rights and will try to keep you out of jail. Don’t wait until you run out of options, call us today for a Free Consultation.
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