Probation and Parole Violations

When faced with a direct violation, technical violation and/or a new arrest, which will negatively affect your parole or probation status, it is imperative to secure the services of a knowledgeable and seasoned criminal defense attorney to represent your interests at the violation hearing. The chance of being incarcerated following a probation and/or parole violation is very likely. The length and nature of the incarceration is dependant upon several factors, which can potentially be mitigated with the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney.

When facing such serious consequences and life-altering repercussions, you should ensure that you are represented by a skilled and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. If you are faced with such a situation, please call Attorney Joe D'Andrea immediately.