Have you been accused of violating your probation?

Failing to adhere to court ordered restrictions such as associating with individuals the court orders you not to, submitting breath and drug tests, paying restitution or court fees, making appearances with your probation/trial officer, and finding and/or continuing employment. The Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment of the United States Constitution imposes procedural and substantive limits on the revocation of probation (Bearden v. Georgia, 461 U.S. 660, 666, and n.7 (1983). If you have been accused of violating probation and are in jeopardy of having it revoked, contact our office of a free consultation to discuss your rights.

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