Probation Violations

All probation violations can result in jail time. But, the likely penalty for a probation violation depends upon several factors. Some considerations include: the nature of your original offense, whether you have previously violated your probation, the timing of the probation violation relative to when probation started, and if your violation is a new crime. These are just a few examples of issues that arise in determining the consequences of a probation violation.

Many times a skilled criminal defense lawyer can highlight your positives and successfully negotiate with your probation officer prior to the officer making specific recommendations to the judge. In any situation where the probation officer is filing a violation, it is likely you already have a strained relationship with the officer. One of the qualified Ohio criminal defense lawyers of Valore & Gordillo can help to clearly explain your unique circumstances to the probation officer and judge.

As former prosecutors, our criminal defense attorneys have handled hundreds of criminal cases, and understand the criminal laws of Ohio. Their experience can help you get the best results.

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