Many cases in the criminal justice system are resolved when a person takes a plea and agrees to go on probation.

Probation should be taken very seriously. Probation requirements are often strictly enforced by the criminal justice system.

Failure to abide by the probation requirements can result in severe penalties and have far-reaching consequences for your loved ones.

When a person is first arrested, or charged, with the violation of probation they are not immediately entitled to a bond as they would be in a normal criminal case.

Many times an experienced lawyer can deal with the probation officer, or judge, in order to mitigate the effects of a violation of probation charge.

Violation of probation charges range from being arrested for a new crime, failure to meet your probation officer, failing to complete all of your community service hours, moving or changing your address without permission or notifying the court or failure to pay restitution, court costs, or other required fees.

If you, or a loved one, is being charged, or about to be charged, with the violation of probation you should contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible.

An experienced lawyer can guide you through the process and assert any defenses you may have to the accusations that you have violated your probation.

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