If you violate your probation, you could end up in prison, potentially for a long time. I understand the legal and procedural issues involved in these cases, and will fight for you in and out of the courtroom.
Probation orders can be loaded with terms and conditions with which you’re required to comply. A single violation of any of those terms and conditions can be cause for your probation to be revoked.
It’s easy for a prosecutor to ask for a prison sentence on a probation violation, and it’s equally as easy for a judge to sentence you accordingly. You have the right to contest allegations of probation violations, and you have the right to retain your own attorney to protect your rights and liberties. I’m known and respected by both prosecutors and judges, and my credibility with them is unquestioned. Any evidence that the prosecution might have alleging a probation violation can be challenged. I can make convincing arguments for an alternative to a prison sentence if you have violated the terms of your probation.
If you were taken into custody on a criminal charge or a violation of probation in the Charlotte metropolitan area, don’t admit to guilt or a violation. Invoke your right to an attorney, and contact me as soon as possible.