Accused Of A Probation Violation?
If you violate your probation terms, you may get kicked off probation and end up spending time in jail. It is crucial that you get in touch with the experienced and dedicated attorneys at The Law Office of Matthew E. Bennett. With decades of experience working with Maryland residents on their post-trial matters, our lawyers understand what to do when a probation violation occurs.
We know that each client is different and focus on finding an effective strategy to meet the client’s unique needs.
Montgomery Lawyers Handling Parole Violation Cases
At the close of your trial, a judge may implement probation terms that you must follow to keep a conviction off your record or avoid jail time. You may be charged with a probation violation if you commit certain acts:
- Not reporting to your probation officer
- Testing positive for drugs or alcohol
- Failing to complete treatment programs
- Failing to pay fines
- Failing to complete community service
- Getting arrested for a different crime
Do not walk into your probation violation hearing unprepared. The judge may end up revoking probation with little remorse. The attorneys at our law firm have successfully handled probation violation cases and can help you defend your rights at your probation violation hearing.
We will meet with you to discuss your charge and give you an honest assessment of your situation. We will also meet with your probation officer to hear about any progress you have made while on probation to help build your case.
Contact Our Law Firm
Whether you have been charged with a failure to report or you were arrested for a new crime while on probation or parole, The Law Office of Matthew E. Bennett will open its doors to you. Call 301-960-5347 to schedule a free initial consultation or contact us online. Se habla español.