Being on supervised probation can feel stressful, and violating probation doesn't require committing a new offense. If you are charged with violating the terms of your probation, your jail sentence may be put into effect. The criminal defense attorneys at Ryan C. Davis Law, PLLC will fight to get you the best possible outcome.
Probation officers often do not have the sufficient evidence required to sustain a probation violation against those they supervise. Attorney Ryan C. Davis has the knowledge needed to effectively represent you in defending against your probation violation. Contact us today to begin preparing a defense to your probation violation.
The terms of your probation will vary based on the offense you were convicted of. However, common examples of probation violations include: