If you have been convicted of a criminal offense and are out on parole or currently on probation, you can face additional criminal charges for violating the terms of your release. Grabel & Associates works with clients facing parole and probation violation allegations in Southfield and statewide, and we know how to protect those who are facing additional criminal penalties post-conviction. If you need a lawyer to represent you as you fight back against parole officer allegations and prosecuting attorneys’ attempts to put you behind bars, contact our firm now by phone or online. The Southfield post-conviction lawyers at Grabel & Associates are available 24/7 to begin working with you or your loved one, and are willing to do whatever it takes to get you the best possible outcome in your case. Don’t wait to get in touch, as a case is likely already being built against you, and you need to combat additional penalties by working with a lawyer who knows what it takes to win in post-conviction cases. Our team is ready now to start working with you.
Trial lawyer Scott Grabel has extensive post-conviction defense experience, and knows what it takes to help those already convicted of criminal offenses in Southfield continue to battle for justice. Whatever the conditions of your parole or probation, our attorneys are ready to start guiding you through the steps you need to take to protect yourself. As soon as you get in touch with our team, we will start looking over the specifics of your case and developing a unique defense approach based on your case goals and the specific legal issues you are facing. Contact us now and begin working with our renowned post-conviction defense team. We are always available to begin working with clients in Southfield parole and probation violation cases.
The specific violations you can be accused of depend on what the terms of your parole or probation are. You may be required to keep a job or stay in school, and getting fired or expelled could be a violation of your parole/probation. You might be ordered to attend certain support groups or complete other court-ordered activities. Abstaining from use of drugs and alcohol will likely be a term of your probation or parole, and failing a substance abuse test could result in violation charges. Additional violations may include:
No matter what specific action you are accused of committing, it is important that you work with an attorney who knows how to defend against the additional penalties that can result in parole or probation violation cases. Grabel & Associates is available 24/7 to help you guard against the lengthening of your parole/probation, or the other negative penalties which can result in Southfield post-conviction cases.
If you violate the terms of your parole or probation, the court could decide to make you serve the sentence that you would have been subjected to if not for the parole or probation allowance. This could mean heading to jail, paying significant fines, and facing other serious penalties. The court may also decide to reset your parole/probation term, or lengthen it, or even add additional restrictions to the terms of your parole or probation.
If you are accused of violating the terms of your Southfield parole or probation, work with our post-conviction team early on so that you are protected against these and other penalties which could result. Contact our attorneys now to learn more about our proven approach to post-conviction defense.
Our lawyers know that false accusations happen, and in other cases, parolees may not even know they are violating any terms when committing a certain action. Whatever the reason for your alleged violation, our lawyers will do everything we can to protect your rights and help you fight for your best interests. Our team is always available to begin working with you, and our proven results show why so many clients statewide have depended on our team to help them in tough legal battles. Call now and start working towards an exceptional case result.
If you have questions about your case, or if you need representation as you battle back against allegations of a parole or probation violation in Southfield, contact our team now at 1-800-342-7896 or online. Don’t wait to get in contact with one of our experienced attorneys – we will begin fighting to protect you as soon as you call.