If you are serving a period of probation, and do not follow the conditions imposed by a judge at sentencing, your probation can be revoked and any outstanding sentence of incarceration imposed. A judge cannot increase a period of incarceration because you violated probation. In many instances you can avoid incarceration after violating probation with the guidance and assistance of an attorney. We will file motions contesting urine test results indicating drug or alcohol use.
We will assist you in entering drug or alcohol counseling, an in-patient program, or a long-term residential treatment program. We will speak with your supervising probation officer in an attempt to persuade him or her to continue your supervision under certain conditions rather than requesting that the judge impose incarceration. We will effectively present you and your defense to the court, arguing for continued probation, not incarceration. Our efforts and legal skills can make a difference in the outcome of your violation hearing!
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