Being put on probation means staying out of jail and enjoying your freedom — as long as you follow the parameters set out by the court.
If you violate your probation, even unintentionally, you’re at risk of losing this privilege. You may face the full sentences of your original offense, including extensive jail time.
Qualified lawyers can help you navigate charges of probation violations, so you can get your original probationary period reinstated and avoid incarceration.
At Fletcher + Fletcher, we’ll stand up for your rights and build the best defense possible against a violation of probation.