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Arizona Probation Violation Lawyer

If you are facing an allegation of violating your probation, it is essential that you have an experienced and aggressive criminal lawyer in court with you. People are placed on probation for many types of criminal convictions. This happens in misdemeanor offenses and other more serious felony charges. Each probation grant has terms that must be followed in order to maintain your probationary status. Some common terms of probation in Arizona, for example, are to remain law-abiding, not consume alcohol, and to attend and successfully complete counseling or treatment.

If the court or probation department believes that you have not adhered to all the terms of your probation, a probation violation can be charged. Common probation infractions include failing to pass or take a drug test, failing to complete a treatment program, or failing to appear at the designated time to their probation officer.

A probation violation is a serious matter because a warrant can be issued and you can be immediately arrested. Often the probationer will have to sit in jail waiting for their probation hearing. If you are aware that you have violated probation or that you have a warrant for a probation violation, it is critical that you contact the Law Offices of Christopher J. Palmisano, PLC, to take action and assist you in trying to avoid being put in jail.

In some cases the violation is minor, such as a late payment. In other cases, a person may be charged with a new offense and is immediately put in jail for violating probation. We will defend you whether the alleged violation is minor or major. You will meet with a criminal defense attorney at our office to discuss the best way to defend your case.

It is crucial that you have an attorney working on your matter immediately. You face the possibility of spending the maximum sentence allowed for the type of offense for which you were convicted. For example, if you were on probation for a class 6 felony, and you are found to have violated the terms of your probation; you may be sentenced up to two years in prison. Don't take chances with your future and just hope that you will be reinstated to probation and face no jail time. Get an advantage by hiring a lawyer from our office so that the situation can be immediately addressed and investigated before you suffer severe consequences that can come with violating probation.

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