Parole and Probation Violations in Muskegon

After a criminal conviction, you may be placed on parole, either as your sentence, or after you serve your sentence. When you are let out on parole, a judge will assign certain terms that you must follow, and failing to comply can lead to extended penalties, or even additional criminal punishment. Always contact a lawyer if you are accused of violating the conditions of your parole or probation in Muskegon, and fight back against additional penalties. Our post-conviction lawyers are available now to start working with you, and we know what it takes to fight back against parole violation accusations in Muskegon. With extensive experience representing post-conviction clients statewide, our team understands which strategies are most effective in misdemeanor or felony criminal cases. Call or contact our firm online now for a free initial case analysis.

Trial attorney Scott Grabel and the rest of our team have ample experience working in post-conviction cases, and for over a decade our firm has been serving clients statewide in parole and probation violation cases. There are a variety of extremely serious penalties you could face if you are found guilty of violating the terms of your parole, and many people aren’t even aware that they have committed a violation. It can be extremely stressful facing potentially life-altering penalties, and our team is committed to doing whatever it takes to aggressively protect you as you battle for justice.

Attorney for Probation or Parole Violations

When you are put on parole, your parole officer is the sole authority and judge over whether or not your actions meet the standards set by a judge, and even the slightest error in judgment might lead to threats of a parole violation hearing. Working with an attorney may be the difference between serving the rest of your parole and facing additional penalties, such as an extended term or jail time.

Because the terms of a parole or probation period are very case specific, the actions that constitute a parole or probation violation differ greatly. Always speak to an attorney if you are accused of any violation of terms, or if you are facing a probation hearing.

Some actions that can result in parole/probation violations include:

  • Failing to appear in court
  • Facing criminal charges
  • Moving without proper authorization
  • Traveling out of state without proper authorization
  • Failing a drug or alcohol test
  • Failing to remain employed
  • Dropping out of or missing school

If you have been accused of any of these actions, you may be facing a probation violation hearing and possible penalties. Contact our firm now and begin fighting back against serious criminal penalties.

Penalties for Violating Probation/Parole in Michigan

Like the unique violations you can be accused of, the penalties you face for violating parole depend greatly on your case, as well as the unique details of your violation. It is possible to continue to serve your parole with no penalties, but only with the help of an experienced attorney will you be able to achieve the best available case result.

If you are found guilty of violating parole, you may have the terms of your parole modified, or the probationary period you are facing may be extended or reset. In cases involving more serious violations, however, you may be forced to serve the jail time that an initial sentence including parole had allowed you to avoid.

If you contact a lawyer right away, you will have the best chance to avoid being found guilty of a parole or probation violation. Get in touch with a member of our experienced team now and start fighting for justice.

Our Approach to Probation Violation Defense in Muskegon

Our lawyers are committed to helping clients obtain the best possible result after an unjust accusation, verdict, or sentence, which is why we are dedicated to protecting you even if you have already been convicted. Our attorneys know how to help you improve your situation, and are always available if you or a loved one has been wrongly accused of violating parole or probation in Muskegon. Contact our team now and let us build a unique case strategy based on the specifics of your case. Our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to start fighting for you.

Contact Grabel & Associates Now for Post-Conviction Legal Representation 24/7

If you are in Muskegon County or anywhere else in Michigan, you can reach our firm toll free right now at 1-800-342-7896 for a free initial case consultation. Additionally, we are available online, and you will hear back from Scott Grabel or another member of our highly-rated team as soon as possible. Don’t wait – avoid an extended parole or additional criminal punishment by working with Grabel & Associates right away.