Probation Violations

A criminal offense doesn’t always have to mean jail or prison time. While probation isn’t easy, it is a far better option than being imprisoned. This entails a strict set of rules that you must follow and violations of the rules can mean stricter penalties. A judge could revoke your probation and send you to prison. 

Avoid these dire consequences by having legal representation to present your case, manage evidence, and explain if and why you committed a violation. You can mitigate the damage of your violation and keep your probation active. Learn everything you need to know about probation rules from our reputable team at McCord Law. 

We’ll guide you until the end of your probation and can even help you apply for early termination.

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