Probation Revocation

Probation Revocation

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If you are on probation and have violated a term of your probation, you are likely facing jail or prison time for your violation. If you have committed a new misdemeanor offense or have violated a technical condition of Felony probation, you could serve up to 2 years in prison. If you have committed a new felony offense or have violated a special condition of Felony probation, you could serve the remaining amount of time you have left on probation in prison. Sometimes a person awaiting a probation revocation can sit in jail for months before they are brought before a judge. Having an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side is your best bet for a quick and favorable resolution of your probation case.

There is too much time at stake during a probation revocation not to schedule an Initial Free Consultation with a CBJ Criminal Defense Attorney.