Violation of Probation

Violation of Probation Cases in Michigan

The Michigan courts consider granting criminal offenders with probation as a privilege and because of this, any probation violation is harshly punished. If you have been accused of violating your probation order, you must speak to an Oakland criminal defense attorney as soon as possible in order to ensure that your rights are protected.

There are many ways to violate your probation, but in our experience, here are some of most common:

  • Failing to appear in court
  • Being accused of another crime
  • Failing to meet with a probation officer
  • Failing alcohol or drug tests

Violating your probation can lead a judge to issue a bench warrant against you for missing a court hearing and your driver's license can be automatically suspended! The consequences of a probation violation are very serious and obtaining legal representation is absolutely essential.It can mean the difference between living freely and living behind bars.

How an Oakland Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help

If you have been accused of violating your probation it was probably due to a misunderstanding or mistake. We understand how complicated and overwhelming it can be to deal with the justice system and sometimes probation orders can be almost impossible to meet. A small mistake can land you in a probation violation hearing. Maybe you left the state due to an emergency and didn't realize that you needed authorization to so. Or perhaps you missed a court date due to extenuating circumstances or accidentally believed it was going to be held on another day. Whatever the case,Attorney Emily Long at Long Law PLLC may be able to prove your innocence and avoid a probation violation conviction.

Contact Attorney Emily Long at Long Law PLLC

At Long Law PLLC, we have helped protect the rights of many individuals who were facing serious charges that were further complicated by being accused of violation probation. Whether additional conditions are added to your existing probation order or the order is extended, hiring Attorney Emily Long increases your chances of obtaining the most favorable case outcome possible.

Don't worsen your situation by doing nothing.Your future is on the line. Take action today and contact Long Law PLLC for more information about how we can help you resolve your violation probation matter.

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