Probation Violation Defense
If you have been put on probation rather then given a jail sentence, there are certain requirements you must follow so that you do not violate the conditions of your probation. If you violate the terms of your probation, the support of an aggressive defense attorney can help keep you out of jail. At the Law Office of Mary Leazer Rogers, we provide individuals with skilled, high-quality advocacy to minimize their risk of going to jail.
Contact us today to discuss your legal options with a highly regarded, relentless client advocate in a free initial consultation.
Depending on the unique circumstances of your original criminal law case, you have certain requirements that must be followed to keep you from going to jail, such as:
- Routine check-ins with a probation officer
- Drug treatment class
- Community service
- Supervision fees
- Maintain a clean record
The stakes are high with probation violation cases. Generally, if your probation officer claims that you violated the terms of your probation, you are required to do the jail time that was originally suspended. There are steps we can take to try to minimize that jail time or convince the officer or court to allow you to continue on probation, or in some cases, even terminate your probation.
At the Law Office of Mary Leazer Rogers, we truly care about our clients. We make a point of knowing everything about our clients so that we can more effectively advocate for their best interests. It is important to hire a lawyer who understands where you are coming from and can represent your side to the probation officer and the court.
Attorney Leazer Rogers has been on the other side of these cases. She is a former prosecutor in Mecklenburg County. She knows the best approach to take to get the best outcome for her clients. We will be honest with you about your options and will not close the case until we have done everything we can to achieve the optimal outcome for you.