Probation Violations

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Probation Violations

Keeping up with probation for a criminal offense isn’t easy. Overall, it is expensive to be on probation. For example, probation fees, fines and court costs add up very quickly. Furthermore, falling behind on probation fees is one of the easiest ways to violate probation. Not surprisingly, the worst thing you can do is avoid probation violations. However, if you have violated probation, contact Haddad Law Firm today to discuss your case with an experienced criminal defense lawyer. In general, it is far better to address any violations if you want to stay out of jail and avoid a conviction on your record.

Probation Violations can include:

  • Committing a new offense
  • Not reporting to probation officer
  • Positive drug or alcohol test
  • Failing to pay fines or court costs
  • Community service hours

Do you have outstanding probation violations?

When a probation officer files a revocation for probation violations, the court issues a warrant for your arrest. In addition, probation violations can have serious consequences. For example, a probation revocation can result in jail time and conviction on your record. However, to avoid getting arrested for violating probation, call Haddad Law Firm today to speak with a criminal defense lawyer about your case.

Keeping up with probation for a criminal offense isn’t easy. Overall, it is expensive to be on probation. For example, probation fees, fines and court costs add up very quickly. Furthermore, falling behind on probation fees is one of the easiest ways to violate probation. Not surprisingly, the worst thing you can do is avoid probation violations. However, if you have violated probation, contact Haddad Law Firm today to discuss your case with an experienced criminal defense lawyer. In general, it is far better to address any violations if you want to stay out of jail and avoid a conviction on your record.

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Probation Violations can include:

  • Committing a new offense
  • Not reporting to probation officer
  • Positive drug or alcohol test
  • Failing to pay fines or court costs
  • Community service hours

Do you have outstanding probation violations?

When a probation officer files a revocation for probation violations, the court issues a warrant for your arrest. In addition, probation violations can have serious consequences. For example, a probation revocation can result in jail time and conviction on your record. However, to avoid getting arrested for violating probation, call Haddad Law Firm today to speak with a criminal defense attorney about your case.