Penalties for Probation Violation
Orange County Criminal Defense Attorney
The court has total control of the conditions of your probation and can
revoke or change the order of suspension of your sentence if you are found
guilty of violating your probation. The judge will determine if you have
in fact violated the terms of your probation and what the punishment will
be if such is the case. Get in touch with our
Orange County criminal defense attorney who can challenge accusations of probation violation.
Law Offices of Jacqueline Goodman, you have access to an awarded and highly-qualified criminal defense attorney with
over 20 years of legal experience. Attorney Goodman has earned a
perfect 10.0 score from Avvo for her successes and strong client rapport. We have all the tools needed
to provide a vigorous and effective defense for your criminal charges.
What penalties can the judge impose?
The judge overseeing your case can impose any number of penalties if you
are found to have violated your probation, which is why you need an aggressive
defense attorney to fight your charges.
Potential consequences can include:
- Imposition of original sentences
- Probation revocation and imposition of maximum sentence legally allowed
- Extension of probation term length
- Added probation terms
- Community service
- Substance abuse treatment
Being convicted of
violating your probation can set you back considerably and even send you to prison if the judge
deems your violation severe enough. You cannot afford anything but the
most dedicated legal advocacy to defend you from such a fate.
Don't risk your future on violation charges!
You should speak with an Orange County probation violation lawyer to review
your alleged violation and strategize how to contest your allegations.
The Law Offices of Jacqueline Goodman is ready to hear you out and fight
for the best outcome possible.