Phoenix Parole and Criminal Defense Lawyers
A person who is on probation has a multitude of rules and restrictions to follow, and a violation of these rules can mean an additional charge for a probation violation. A violation of probation can result in jail time, but, in many cases, an experienced lawyer may be able to have probation status reinstated. If you have been charged with a probation violation, it is important to take action as soon as possible.
At The Baker Law Firm, LLC, in Phoenix, our attorneys can represent you after a probation violation charge in Arizona. We have significant experience handling a wide range of criminal charges and offenses in the state. In order to ensure that all of your options in defense are available to you, talk with us at a free initial consultation and learn more about your rights.
Common Probation Violations in Arizona
There are many things that the state of Arizona can consider a violation of your probation. Common violations can include:
- Commission of another crime
- Failure to report to a probation officer
- Not attending court-order treatment programs or meetings
- Violating an order of protection
- Leaving the jurisdiction without permission or failing to return on time
- Failure to pay court-ordered restitution
- Failure of a drug test
While consequences for a violation can be significant, many prosecutors will reinstate probation status under the right circumstances. Our firm will work hard to keep you out of jail and will represent you at your hearing.
Experienced Representation and Criminal Defense
If you have been charged with a probation violation in Phoenix or elsewhere in the state of Arizona, contact us at The Baker Law Firm, LLC to speak with an attorney as soon as possible about your case. Call The Baker Law Firm, LLC to make an appointment at 602-842-0359.