Strategic Representation After A Probation Violation
After a conviction in Arizona, many sentences include completing probation. Probation usually lasts anywhere from one year to a lifetime, and includes strict rules and terms.
When you violate the terms of your probation, you may face harsh consequences. The attorneys at Lane, Hupp, & Crowley, PLC, can aggressively defend you. With almost 40 years of combined experience, we assist individuals across Phoenix and Arizona.
Common Violations And Potential Penalties
Some of the most common terms of probation include checking in when required, paying fines/restitution and counseling. The most important term is that the defendant must remain a law-abiding citizen during the time of his/her probation. This means that if any criminal charges are filed during his/her time of probation, they will also face the charge of probation violation.
If found guilty of a probation violation, consequences can include the revocation of your probation and imposition of a prison term, termination of your probation, an order to serve a period of time in jail, removal from unsupervised probation and placement on supervised probation, and more. Our lawyers will investigate your case and uncover an appropriate strategy for you.
Get An Attorney On Your Side To Protect Your Future
We know how to investigate these matters and how to anticipate what the state will use against you. We also have the availability to consult with several forensic experts to build a strong defense.
Get in touch with our Phoenix office to learn how we can assist with your case. We offer free initial consultations, flexible payment plans and credit card payments. Contact us by calling 480-498-5290 or send us an email.