Protecting Your Freedom Against Charges Of Violating Probation

If you are accused of violating any of the terms or conditions of your probation, you can end up back in jail for just as long as your were for your original crime. Having a lawyer to advocate for you can help protect your hard-won freedom.

At The Law Offices of Robert R. Simons, we represent people who have been charged with a probation violation for reasons such as:

  • Failure to appear in court or report to your probation officer
  • Criminal offenses such as possessing drugs
  • Failed drug tests
  • Failure to pay court-ordered fines or fees
  • Leaving the state without permission

Probation officers have the authority to determine whether your violation should result in a warning or a formal hearing, depending on a number of factors. We are experienced at negotiating with probation officers and prosecutors to find a way to help you come back into compliance without ending up back in jail. We may look for ways to challenge the charge of violation or to reduce the consequences of the violation.

Held Without Bail? Call Collect From Jail.

Many times people who violate probation are held without bail. In these cases, having a lawyer to negotiate on your behalf is especially important.

Call The Law Offices of Robert R. Simons collect from jail to speak with an attorney: 856-310-4948. You can also contact us by email. We offer free consultations and reasonable rates.

We work with clients in Camden and the surrounding areas of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Se habla español.