Macomb County Probation Violation Lawyer
Get The Defense You Need For an Probation Violation
In many cases where a person has been convicted of a crime, they may be eligible for probation 771.3 in lieu of a jail or prison sentence. However, there are many ways to violate probation or parole, and no matter which violation you are accused of, it is imperative that you act fast to obtain an experienced Macomb county defense attorney to defend your probation infraction.
- Missing appointments with probation or parole officer
- Missing a court appearance
- Failing a drug or alcohol test
- Leaving the state without authorization from your officer
- Submitting to curfews
- Failing to keep a job or stay in school
- Failing to complete court-ordered activity
- Being accused of another crime
- Relocating without authorization from your officer
When a person is on probation and fails to comply with any of their probation obligations, they could be charged with a violation and face the risk of returning to jail or prison and serving the remainder of their sentence without chance of parole. If found guilty of such the judge will impose a new sentence. This new sentence can include a new or additional term of incarceration, or the court can modify your probationAs an example, if you are found guilty of violation of probation because you failed a drug or alcohol test, then the court could increase the number of times you required to test, or change the testing methods or procedures.
Contact a Macomb County Probation Violation Lawyer at The Law Offices of Michael L. Steinberg.
If you are facing a probation infraction, or a related charge, you want the best representation in finding the underlying cause of the violation allegations by examining all of the evidence, interviewing all witnesses, and challenging every aspect of the state’s case.
Macomb county criminal defense attorney, Michael L. Steinberg is known for having a representation for being aggressive, passionate and a resourceful trial lawyer.