Probation Violation

Probation Violation in San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles or Orange County

As a Prosecutor, Attorney Michael J. Holmes successfully litigated countless Probation Violation Cases. Now, he is a Southern California Criminal Defense Attorney who successfully defends them in Orange County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, and Los Angeles County.

 

Probation is generally part of a convicted criminal’s punishment in California. Probationary terms may vary in San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego, Los Angeles, or Orange County, but they must be strictly adhered to. Violating the terms of your probation can lead to harsh consequences such as jail time, fines, or imprisonment.

 

When terms of probation are violated, law authority will take the following things into consideration:

 

  • the offender’s previous probation violations
  • the nature of the probation violation
  • any recent criminal activity surrounding probationary terms

 

As soon as probation has been violated, an arrest can occur. If you violate the terms of your probation, you can have the terms of your punishment increased and also have your probation sentence extended.

 

Has a Warrant for Arrest Been Issued?

 

In many situations, a judge will allow individuals to surrender to the court, rather than to the police. By working with the California court, your chances of being arrested may be reduced, which may allow you to avoid future incarceration. With a skilled probation violation attorney on your team, your success is more likely to be achieved.

 

Orange County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, and Los Angeles County Probation Violation Attorney

 

If you are aware that you have allegedly violated your probation, immediate action is crucial. Your first step should be to consult with an experienced California probation violation attorney. At The Law Offices of Michael J. Holmes, PC, we can attack the basis of your alleged probation violation. Our expert team can also negotiate with the prosecutor and judge, preventing you from receiving additional jail time or an extended probationary sentence. Our firm can help you get a second chance.

 

Free Consultation With an Attorney

 

If you have allegedly violated the terms of your probation, call The Law Offices of Michael J. Holmes, PC, at (714) 667-6844 or (909) 393-5367 so we can begin building your case. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available.

 

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