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St. Charles Probation Violation Lawyers

Helping You Avoid Harsh Penalties

When a person is convicted of a crime, probation is sometimes ordered in lieu of jail or prison time. Probation gives a person convicted of a crime another chance to continue their life, so long as they follow certain restrictions.

If you are accused of violating your probation, judges often look at the situation unkindly, imposing serious prison or jail sentences. Our St. Charles probation violation attorneys can help you if you have been arrested and accused of violating your probation agreement. With 65 years of combined experience, our goal is to protect you from incarceration and help you maintain your probation in good standing.

To learn how we can help, call us today at (314) 582-5053.

How Do Probation Violations Occur?

If you were accused of violating your probation, your probation officer will decide how to proceed. Should they decide to schedule a probation hearing, you should not go without representation present. Having an attorney on your side can help reduce the chances of further punishment and minimize the penalties you face. Should your probation violation accusation stem from another criminal charge, our firm is able to defend you in both cases.

A few common ways in which a probation agreement can be violated include:

  • Failing a drug test
  • Failing to report to a probation officer
  • Failing to appear in court
  • Driving under the influence
  • Committing another criminal offense
  • Failing to pay fines
  • Traveling out of state
  • Failing to complete required classes

Don't Put Your Future at Risk - Call Today

Accusations of probation violation should not be taken lightly. If found guilty of violating your probation, you could be facing serious consequences that could completely turn your life around. At Brockmeyer Law Offices, our St. Charles probation violation attorneys are familiar with defending these types of accusations and can take immediate action on your behalf. We understand just how serious the consequences are if you are found guilty and we are here to help you avoid jail or prison.

If you were arrested for violating your probation, turn to us for help. Call now at (314) 582-5053.

Commonly Asked Questions

How Can a St. Charles Attorney Help If I'm Accused of Violating Probation?

Our St. Charles attorney can provide crucial assistance if you're accused of violating probation by representing you at hearings, negotiating with the court, and working to minimize the penalties you may face. With our legal knowledge and decades of experience, we can craft a defense strategy tailored to your situation, aiming to maintain your probation status and avoid further punishment.

What Are the Consequences of a Probation Violation in St. Charles?

In St. Charles, if you're found guilty of violating your probation, the consequences can be severe. The court may impose strict penalties, which could include extending your probation period or even a prison sentence. It's crucial to address these accusations promptly and with knowledgeable legal support to protect your freedom and future.

WHY HIRE BROCKMEYER LAW OFFICES?

  1. More than 65 years of combined experience.
  2. Full service firm: Criminal defense, Family law, Personal injury & Business Law.
  3. We understand how particular judges, prosecutors and opposing counsel may have viewed cases similar to yours in the past.
  4. We provide you with the candid assessment of your case you need in order to understand your options.
  5. A family-run law firm rooted in the St. Charles community with a long-standing tradition of service to all of Missouri.
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