Violating the terms of your probation or parole after you have been convicted of a criminal offense is very serious, and in some cases could result in more serious criminal penalties. Unfortunately, in some post-conviction cases, offenders don’t realize they are breaking the terms of their probation before it happens, either because they were not aware of the conditions or because they did not understand the conditions set by the court. Work with Grabel & Associates now if you are facing parole or probation violation allegations, and fight back against enhanced criminal penalties and prolonged punishment.
Our attorneys know that it can be easy to break parole without knowing and that often it is difficult to know what is and is not considered breaking a condition of your probation or parole. For over a decade, our Grand Rapids criminal attorneys have worked with clients statewide to challenge post-conviction accusations and fight back against overzealous prosecutors. Our team is available 24/7 to begin working with you if you are faced with the threat of a violation hearing, and our experience working with officers and fighting for clients in hearings over the past decade will be extremely valuable throughout the process.
Depending on the conditions of your probation or parole, there may be multiple ways in which you could violate the terms. As soon as you are questioned for a parole violation, contact Grabel & Associates for Grand Rapids criminal defense. We know what it takes to protect you when accused of a probation violation and will fight to protect your rights throughout the potential hearing process.
Some probation and parole terms require you to stay employed, stay in school or college, complete court ordered programs, pass substance abuse tests, refrain from committing any other crimes, attend appointments with your officer, remain in the state or country, notify your officer when moving, and attend set court dates. If you fail to comply with any one condition, you may be charged with violating parole or probation, and could face a violation hearing.
It is critical to work with an experienced legal team if you are accused of violating parole because you need an individualized approach tailored to your specific case. Because the conditions of every parole and probation are different, the potential punishments you could face may vary as well. In some cases, your conditions may be modified after a violation, or your punishment could be extended. In serious cases, you may have your probation or parole revoked and you could face jail time and other criminal penalties.
The attorneys at Grabel & Associates want to work with you to ensure you do not suffer from excessive penalties, especially for a violation you mistakenly committed. Work with our firm right now and find out more about how to effectively protect against lengthened or enhanced penalties. Our statewide attorneys are available 24/7 to begin working with you.
While you may view probation or parole as punishment, the court sees it as a privilege which can be easily revoked, and anyone who violates the terms of parole or probation can face very harsh treatment. Our lawyers will work to defend you while the prosecution attempts to prove you did violate a condition, and we know what it takes to ensure you are not subjected to unnecessary penalties.
As soon as you are accused of a probation violation, call our Grand Rapids defense lawyers for a free consultation. We are committed to 24/7 availability because we understand you need representation right away when your future is on the line. Our team will immediately provide you with a free, no obligation case analysis and provide you with valuable guidance which will help you throughout the rest of your case.
No matter where you are in Michigan, our team is ready to defend you in a violation case. We will thoroughly review your situation, work with your probation or parole officer, and if necessary argue your case at a hearing, providing you with individualized defense every step of the way. Call our team now or contact us online to get started.
Get a free case consultation now by calling 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online for answers to your legal questions. We know what it takes to defend against parole or probation violation penalties and are recognized as a leader in post-conviction defense statewide. Look over our proven results and contact us immediately to learn more about our parole violation defense strategies.