Probation violations occur when you do not meet the standards of your probation that was set by the court for a previous offense. Some violations are treated more harshly than others and can result in serious jail time or fines relating back to the original crime. Anyone that believes they may have violated their probation should contact my office immediately so that I can begin to work on minimizing your exposure to these penalties.
Here at the John Roberts Law Firm, I will work diligently to defend you in these cases. Sometimes, you may not have actually violated your probation. Other times, you may need an aggressive attorney that can negotiate with the prosecutor to get you the minimum penalty available. Do not let the public defender handle your drug case. Often, they have far too many cases to give your case the proper time and attention to make sure that your case is handled properly. I will work with you and the prosecutor to make sure your case is properly taken care of.
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