Probation Violation Attorney
Probation Violations are extremely serious because the judge can impose the original suspended sentence and send the defendant to prison for violating any of the terms and conditions of probation. Unless the defendant has been arrested on new charges we can often convince the court to reinstate the Defendant on probation and avoid being sent to prison. Even with new charges, there are often ways to convince the probation officer, prosecutor or judge that some other form of punishment short of revocation, such as treatment or counseling, may be in the best interests of the defendant and the community and provide an opportunity to remain out of prison.
By hiring an experienced attorney you can often avoid revocation and be reinstated on probation.
My specialized training in rhetoric and communications give each of my clients a competitive advantage both in and out of court.