Probation Violations in San Diego
Insight From a San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you have violated your probation, a judge has the option to re-instate
your probation, add new conditions to your probation, or revoke your probation
completely and sentence you to jail or prison time. With this uncertainty
and your future freedom at stake, you need the help of a San Diego criminal
defense lawyer to negotiate the terms of your probation before a judge.
Probation violations include infractions such as:
- Failure to meet with your probation officer at the scheduled time
- Failure to attend treatment programs such as counseling or drug treatment
- The possession of weapons or drugs
- A failed drug test
- Refusing to submit a drug test
- Failure to appear at a court hearing
- The commission of a crime while on probation
- Failure to pay fines or restitution ordered by the court
Let David Silldorf Law know about your situation in a free and confidential case evaluation
About Probation Terms
While probation is meant to keep you from having to serve time in jail
or prison, if your probation terms are violated, you could be facing the
original jail or prison sentence. There will be no jury to hear your testimony
and plea, so having an aggressive and experienced attorney to advocate
for you before a judge is vital to the successful outcome of your case.
Attorney Silldorf has served San Diego with exceptional and highly respected legal defense
for several years and will take on your case with the tenacity and professionalism
Mr. Silldorf can help you! Contact the firm
at any time, day or night, to get support.
Your Case Is Important
Protect your rights if you are
facing charges for a probation violation by getting in touch with David Silldorf Law
today. If you have violated your probation, it is in your best interest
to retain an attorney as soon as possible. Attorney Silldorf is ready
to defend your rights today.
Call (858) 924-0127 now to get help from a skilled San Diego criminal defense lawyer.