Parole Violations/Probation Violations
We will fight to prevent alleged parole or probation violations from affecting your freedom
If you have to serve time for a crime, parole or probation is the way to do it. You will still be subject to many restrictions, but at least you won’t be in jail or prison. However, if you are accused of a parole or probation violation, you risk having your parole or probation revoked, in which case you could be incarcerated. With your freedom at stake, it is definitely worth hiring a skilled parole and probation attorney such as Perlmutter & Pourshalimi to help you.
As your defense attorney, we can assist with all kinds of alleged violations, such as:
- Committing a new crime
- Refusing or failing a drug test
- Failing to report to a parole or probation officer
- Failing to appear for a court date
- Failing to pay fines or restitution
- Failing to attend mandatory classes like AA or anger management
Get Superior Quality Representation for Your Parole or Probation Hearing
If you have allegedly violated your parole or probation, the good news is you will have an opportunity to defend yourself at a hearing. The bad news is the standard of proof for the prosecution is lower during a parole or probation hearing than during a criminal trial. Rather than proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, the prosecution only needs to show that a preponderance of the evidence points to your guilt.
However, don’t get discouraged. As your parole or probation hearing attorney, we will work hard to gather evidence that will disprove the allegations against you. We will also be vigilant for violations of your due process rights.
If we can’t win your hearing, we can still help by trying to convince the judge to modify your parole or probation rather than revoking it.
Call Now to Start Building Your Defense
The moment you realize you have been accused of a parole or probation violation, call us at 310-295-2236. We’re here for you 24/7 and we can start working to protect your rights and interests as soon as you hire us. The initial consultation is always free and confidential.