Will you go to jail? Will there be fines? If you are being accused of violating your probation you likely have many important questions about the impact this will have on your life. It is important to realize that in the eyes of many judges, violating your probation is as serious as the underlying crime that resulted in your probation.
If you are in jeopardy of having your probation revoked, it is in your best interest to speak to the Boulder probation attorneys of Connell & Sims, LLC. We bring a tremendous track record to probation violation matters, with our lawyers combining for more than 25 years of criminal defense experience.
Your Parole Violation Case Matters to Us
We take the time to understand the personal needs and circumstances of our clients and use that knowledge to tailor our defense strategies in order to obtain the best possible result. Your case is important to us because it is important to you.
Longmont Probation Violation Attorneys
In some cases, being found in violation of probation can result in your original sentence being levied against you. For example, if you were placed on probation with the condition that you would serve out the rest of a three-year sentence if you violated your probation, you could be facing three years in prison.
If the accusations against you are based on a misunderstanding, we can work to demonstrate that you did not violate the terms of your probation and have your probation reinstated. If you are found to be in violation of your probation, we will work diligently to reach an agreement that allows you to avoid jail or prison time in lieu of conditions such as paying fines or completing additional community service.
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If you are facing the revocation of your probation, you must act quickly to protect your rights. Our law firm offers skilled representation and attentive service, so that we are there when you need us most. Contact us for a free initial consultation. Evening and weekend hours are available by appointment.