If you are accused of violating one or more conditions of probation, the district attorney will file a motion to revoke your probation, and the judge will issue a warrant for your immediate arrest. In most instances, probationers are held in jail without bond until a hearing to determine if the allegations are true. If your probation is revoked, you will be sentenced to jail or prison.
If this describes your situation or that of a loved one, the skilled criminal defense attorneys at the Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm can help.
Bob Jarvis and Matt Hamilton are former prosecutors with more than 35 years of combined experience – a track record that makes a difference when an alleged probation violation jeopardizes your freedom. They get to the bottom of why authorities believe you missed meetings with your probation officer or failed to pay restitution to a victim of a crime. They bring their findings to court and advocate aggressively on your behalf.
In your Conditions of Probation, were you instructed to be diligent about seeking a job, avoiding drugs and alcohol, or staying away from the Internet on a personal computer?
If you now stand accused of violating any of these or other terms, you need an experienced criminal defense team on your side that can prevent revocation of your probation and a jail or prison sentence. It may be that you could benefit from a stay in rehab or need a bond set. Whatever your legal need in the probation violation practice area, the Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm can handle it – and our results prove it.
“If you are accused of violating your probation, it is important for us to talk to your probation officer to see if we can resolve the problem before the Motion to Revoke is filed. Contact me as soon as possible and I will start working on your case right away.” – Bob Jarvis
Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm Lawyers Have A Proven Track Record And Name You Can Trust