Mesa Probation Violation Defense Attorneys

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When a person is sentenced for a crime, they may sometimes have their jail sentence suspended pending a period of good behavior under supervision, known as probation. In the event that a person should violate the terms of their probation, their probation officer may impose additional restrictions or petition to revoke their probation and issue a warrant for their arrest. If you have been accused of violating your probation, the experienced Mesa criminal defense attorneys at Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys can fight to protect your rights.

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What Are Some Common Terms of Probation?

A person who is placed on probation may be expected to adhere to a number of different terms and restrictions depending on the specifics of their offense. These conditions must be followed throughout the duration of the probationary period, which may last anywhere from a year to life for certain violent or sexual offenses.

Specific terms of probation may include:

  • Regularly meeting with a probation officer
  • Attending court appearances
  • Paying fines
  • Staying away from certain people or places
  • Not traveling out of state
  • Obeying all laws
  • Abstaining from drug or alcohol use
  • Submitting to drug testing

Individuals who are accused of violating their probation can face a multitude of consequences, including “intensive probation” with more restrictions, house arrest, a longer probation term, or even a revocation of their probation, requiring them to serve their original sentence. If you are accused of violating your probation, our attorneys can defend you against these consequences and negotiate with your probation officer for reduced punishments.

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At Naegle & Crider, our Mesa criminal defense lawyers understand that sometimes good people find themselves in difficult situations. We truly believe you are innocent until proven guilty and are prepared to do whatever is necessary to protect your rights during this time. As shown by our myriad of positive client testimonials, we can provide the unshakable support you deserve and maximize your chances of securing a favorable outcome for your situation. Do not attempt to fight your accusations on your own. Let us put our knowledge and skills to work for you.

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