Probation Violations Defense

Probation Violations Defense in Columbus

Have you been charged with a probation violation?

When you are on probation, there are specific terms and requirements that must be met in order to safety complete your probation. When there is an accusation that you failed to uphold the terms of probation, such as failing to pay a fine, complete a treatment program, restitution or avoid future arrests. In many cases, the probation violation is completely in error, such as in cases when a fine was actually paid, or a treatment program was completed but the information was not forwarded to the court. Other cases may be related to other mistakes such as when an individual moves and has not received important court notices, or when they failed to attend a meeting with their probation officer due to illness or other situation.

Columbus Probation Violation Lawyer

No matter what your situation is, a Columbus criminal defense lawyer from our legal team has the experience to take action on your behalf in order to fight to keep you from being incarcerated. If you have already been arrested on a probation violation, we can assist in addressing the court on your behalf and fighting for your release at a probation violation hearing.

When on probation and accused of a violation, there are serious dangers, as certain judges are very harsh on this subject and consider that you were given an opportunity to avoid jail, and if they believe that you have not been responsible with regard to being on probation, they will give you the maximum jail sentence you originally avoided.  This is often even a year in jail in certain cases. It is vital that you act quickly if you are accused of a probation violation, as the repercussions can be severe. Our legal team has the experience and extensive court experience to negotiate on your behalf and to help you to seek to avoid the problems and difficulties you could face if you are convicted.

Contact a Columbus Probation Violation Attorney from Koenig & Long, LLC at once if you are accused of a probation violation.