Media Probation Violation Defense Lawyer
Fighting for Your Rights
When you are convicted of a crime, probation is a common penalty. The judge is responsible for approving a probation agreement which you must stick to or you will face additional penalties. Violating your agreement could lead to you serving a full sentence if you were let out of prison on conditional circumstances.
At the Law Office of Scott L. Kramer P.C., our Media probation violation attorney defends clients facing the consequences of a violation. Call our firm at (610) 595-4640 to learn more.
Violating the Terms of Your Probation Can Lead to an Arrest
A few examples of the terms of your probationary agreement which cannot be violated include:
- Meeting regularly with your probationary officer
- Adhering to a schedule, including going to work
- Having and maintaining an approved job
- Undergoing regular drug and alcohol testing
- Passing drug and alcohol tests
- Not being re-arrested or convicted
Consequences of Violating Your Probation
If you are found guilty of violating your probation, you could face a variety of consequences including an extended probationary period or the judge writing a new probation agreement with stricter terms, such as more frequent check-ins with your probation officer. In severe cases, you could find yourself being sent to (or back to) prison if they believe you have violated your probation and cannot be forgiven.
Hire a Delaware County Probation Violation Attorney!
Every court and judge handles probation violations differently, especially when there are so many different circumstances which could be involved. It is important to hire a Media criminal defense lawyer who is familiar with the local courts and judges and can work with you to build a strong defense strategy.
If you have been arrested for violating your probation, contact our firm at (610) 595-4640 for a complimentary consultation.