Probation Violation in Placer County
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If the authorities charge you with violating your probation, the court can modify, revoke, or change the conditions of your probation. The court’s action can result in additional restrictions or even jail or prison time. It is important to have a skilled defense attorney at your probation revocation hearing to protect your rights and interests.
A judge has broad discretion in determining what the penalties for a violation of probation will be. An experienced Placer County probation violation attorney will know how to highlight why the allegations against you may be untrue or offer legitimate reasons why you were unable to keep up with the requirements of your probation. At Leupp & Woodall, we have decades of criminal defense experience and are well aware of the challenge and dilemmas individuals face while on probation. We are ready to review your case and, if necessary, put forth a compelling argument on your behalf during your probation revocation hearing.
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How Do Probation Violations Occur?
A judge can place any terms and conditions on your grant of probation that he or she feels are appropriate to your crime. If you violate any of these conditions you may have your probation revoked, which can result in incarceration.
Common probation violations include:
- Failing to pay court fees or restitution
- Failing to appear in court
- Failing to attend or complete court-ordered classes
- Failing to complete any ordered community service
- Failing to meet with your probation officer
- Getting charged with a new crime during your term of probation
- Testing positive for drug or alcohol use
- Violating a restraining order
No one is perfect. Sometimes mistakes are made, or circumstances keep you from meeting your obligations. If you are faced with probation revocation, you need good representation. Choose our skilled Placer County criminal defense lawyers at Leupp & Woodall to help see you through this critical time.
We have decades of experience providing criminal defense in Placer County. Let us put that experience to work for you. Contact us today at (530) 836-5062.