Probation Violations in Solano County, CA
Solano County Criminal Defense Attorneys
If you are accused of a probation violation, you have the right to a hearing. At your hearing, the prosecuting attorney need only prove it is more than likely that you committed the crime, as opposed to the necessity of proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt in a regular criminal case. Now more than ever is when you need a skilled criminal defense attorney at your side. The outcome of your hearing will affect your future and your freedom. There are a number of types of probation violations, and these all may have serious consequences.
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Some of the probation violation cases that attorneys at our firm can help you with include:
- A new arrest
- Possession of illegal drugs
- Association with known criminals
- Committing a new criminal offense
- Failure to report to probation officer
- Failure to appear in court
- Failure to pay a fine or restitution
- Failure to comply with the terms of probation, such as attending counseling or performing community service
Penalties for a Solano County Probation Violation
A probation violation in Solano County, CA may result in a number of penalties, and these may include:
- Extension of probation
- Revocation of probation
- Community service
- Counseling or treatment
- Physical labor (CalTrans)
- Change in the terms of probation
The Solano County criminal lawyers at Maas and Russo can provide you with the representation you need if you have been accused of a probation violation. Our offices are located in Vallejo , California and we represent clients throughout Solano County and Napa County. With a firm dedicated exclusively to criminal defense and over twenty years in practice, we have the experience and dedication that is needed to successfully represent clients who have been accused of a probation violation.
Contact our Solano County probation violation attorneys today to discuss your situation in a free initial case evaluation.
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