Get Back On Track With Parole Or Probation
Your Future Depends On Good Legal Representation
If you have been arrested for probation or parole violation, you could face grim consequences, including jail time, high fines and a revoked probation. An aggressive legal strategy can help you fight the charges and keep you out of jail.
Since 1997, my law firm, Robert W. Davis, Jr., Attorney at Law, has represented individuals in Tupelo, Mississippi, and surrounding areas who have been charged with probation or parole violation. When you work with me, you can expect vigorous defense tactics tailored to your unique situation.
What Are Some Probation Or Parole Violations?
Probation allows you to remain in the community after being convicted of a crime, while parole is a conditional release from prison. However, both reduce your freedom significantly. You could be charged with a probation or parole violation for a number of reasons such as:
- You fail to attend a scheduled court appearance
- You do not report to your probation officer at the scheduled time or place
- You do not pay court-ordered fines
- You visit people or places or travel out of state without your probation officer’s permission
- You are arrested for another crime including drug crimes
You Still Have Rights
Regardless of the reason you were charged with a probation or parole violation, it is important to understand that you have a right to obtain legal representation. Quick actions taken by a skilled attorney can help you minimize the consequences of the charges. As your attorney, I will thoroughly investigate your police reports and arrest records to determine if your rights were upheld or if you had a valid reason to violate probation or parole. If there are any weaknesses in the case against you, I will use this information to help reduce your charges or get your case dismissed.
Don’t Let Things Get Worse. Call Today.
A probation or parole violation could result in serious, long-lasting consequences. You have a right to hire a lawyer to represent you. Rely on me, Robert W. Davis, Jr., for experienced parole violation representation. Contact me, or call 662-269-4454 for a free initial consultation.