Probation & Parole Violations Defense Attorney | Milwaukee, WI
If you are on probation or parole and have been accused of violating the terms of your release, you need to speak with an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Probation and parole revocation proceedings can be complex and challenging, and if your probation or parole is revoked, you could face significant penalties including jail time. That’s why it’s important to hire a criminal defense attorney who knows how to defend people facing probation or parole violation charges.
At the Fenton Law Office, we have extensive experience defending clients against probation and parole revocation proceedings. We know what could cause your probation or parole to be revoked, and we will fight aggressively to protect your rights and interests. We understand that this may be a difficult time for you, and we will do everything we can to help you through it. Learn more.
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Probation & Parole Violations in Wisconsin
The freedom of individuals on probation, extended supervision, or parole can be revoked with little effort by the courts. On probation, individuals are bound by a slew of regulations and are directed around by stern probation agents. If a probationer violates his or her conditions, he or she can be placed under custodial arrest. The first action a probation officer takes in removing someone from the program and returning him to jail is called a “probation hold.” Probation holds are also known as “probation violations.”
There are several reasons why your probation or parole could be revoked. The most common reason is that you have been accused of violating the terms of your release. This could include things like failing to report to your probation officer, failing to pay fines or restitution, or committing another crime. If you are accused of violating the terms of your probation or parole, you will be given a hearing where you will have an opportunity to defend yourself.
If a defendant’s license is revoked, there are a few possible outcomes. If the initial sentence was imposed and stayed, the defendant may now be required to serve the entire term. A defendant who was not initially granted a sentence could now face the judge for sentencing. An aggressive criminal defense attorney can help you avoid going back to prison for months, years, or even decades after a parole violation charge.
Attorney Jay Fenton is the Lawyer for You
Facing probation or parole revocation can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. If you are facing this situation, it is important to have an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side who can help you through it.
At the Fenton Law Office, we know how to defend people against probation and parole revocation charges. We will review the evidence against you and develop a defense strategy designed to get the best possible outcome in your case. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with Attorney Jay Fenton. We will fight for you. Call us today at (414) 271-8650.