Probation is granted as an alternative to prison for certain crime, such as some first time drug offenses, domestic violence, and some juvenile offenses. Whenever plausible, we strive to gain probation for our clients. However, if you are granted probation and are charged with another crime, you could not only face prison time for the new crime, but also for the crime for which you were granted probation.
We know that just because you were once convicted of a crime does not mean that you committed another crime. We routinely work with clients who are in danger of having their probation revoked and sent to prison. Contact us today for a free consultation.