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Capable Assistance After Probation Violations

Probation gives people the opportunity to move forward with their lives after a criminal charge. However, the parameters under which people must live can be strict, and failing to meet the criteria can be a nightmare. When a probation or parole officer issues a violation, you may face months or years in jail or prison.

Thankfully, an experienced attorney can help identify alternatives for probation violation. In many cases, those alternatives are not options without the assistance of a lawyer. At the law office of Leonard, Hammond, Thoma & Terrill, P.C., we have been serving the legal needs of clients throughout northeast Indiana since 1952, and we’re committed to protecting your rights and freedom.

What Alternatives Exist For Probation Violation?

We know what is at stake for our clients, and we work quickly to resolve the issue in our clients’ favor. In some situations, our legal team may be able to secure alternative sentencing, a work release program, home detention or a sentence that is completed within the community.

Contact Our Qualified Defense Team For Support

Numerous seemingly minor infractions can lead to a probation violation. Drug use, a curfew violation, a criminal conviction, failure to attend drug or alcohol counseling, or failure to pay fines can all lead to probation violation charges. Many Indiana judges do not look favorably on individuals who fail to meet the terms of their probation or parole, and without immediate counsel from an experienced criminal defense lawyer, those individuals may face their original incarceration sentences – or more.

Learn more about the options available by scheduling a free initial consultation with a member of our legal team. Schedule an initial consultation using our online contact form or by calling 260-420-6000.

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