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Probation Revocation

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Probation is not always easy to complete and oftentimes probation officers pile on baseless conditions in order for you to be able to stay on probation. I have experienced probation officers place conditions on probationers that are actually against the rules of the court! When a probation revocation is pending, you are fighting for your freedom and need Criminal Defense Attorney Mitch Miers.

When you have an issue on probation, you may be told by your officer to go and see the judge. At this point, a revocation has not occurred but rather a court conference. At a court conference, a judge will usually order you to do something (jail, a class) in order to stay on probation. Sometimes, it may be in your best interest to get revoked rather than stay on probation (hard to believe, but true). Contact the Miers Law Firm and Criminal Defense Attorney Mitch Miers so we can evaluate the best course of action in your case.

If a revocation is occurring, you are entitled to a hearing. Nothing will occur until a motion has been filed. At this point, your bond will be held insufficient and we will need to try and get a new bond set. In cases of revocation it is sometimes it is best to remain on probation. At other times, we have to work to get the minimum sentence. Contact the Criminal Defense Attorney Mitch Miers today so we can get work on the best outcome.

Learn more about the following areas of Criminal Defense:

Possession

Assault

Probation Revocation

Theft

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