Effective Defense Against Probation Violation Charges
Individuals are given probation after they have pleaded guilty or have been found guilty by a judge or jury. The length of probation can be anywhere from one year to five years, but it can be longer in certain situations. Probation allows the person to remain a member of his or her community as long as he or she follows a specific set of rules, one of the most important being to not commit any new crimes during the probationary period.
Gilroy Napoli Short Law Group in Portland provides clients who may have violated probation terms the services necessary to defend their rights and mitigate any potential ramifications.
Oregon probation terms are strict, and if any rules are violated, the individual on probation risks going back to jail.
Common ways that the terms of probation are violated include:
- Failing to make court appearances
- Failing to report to an assigned probation officer
- Committing another crime
- Possessing an illegal substance
- Driving a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license or insurance
- Failing to comply with an assigned community service or rehabilitation program
Oregon DUI Probation Violation Attorneys
If you have violated a probationary term, it is crucial to seek experienced legal representation and counsel that can communicate with the court on your behalf, remove any potential warrants and reinstate your probation.
Gilroy Napoli Short Law Group has represented numerous individuals who have received arrest warrants due to violating their probation. We are thorough and accurate in our pursuit of our clients’ best interests.
Contact a Lawyer
Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation and discover your legal options. You may call Gilroy Napoli Short Law Group at 503-747-7198. We represent people in Portland, Salem, Beaverton, Hillsboro and elsewhere in Oregon.
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