Misdemeanor or “informal” probation does not involve oversight by a probation officer. Felony or “formal” probation is overseen by a probation office. Probation can include classes, community service, drug testing and jail time.
An alleged probation violation is an extremely serious matter that must be handled immediately. A person with an alleged probation violation, even for a minor reason, can be picked up by law enforcement and put into jail to await a probation violation hearing. The prosecutor will likely argue to find you in violation and increase your original sentence. It is therefore critical that anyone facing a probation violation have a skilled criminal defense lawyer with experience defending probation violations.
Probation Violation Attorney in Los Angeles
If you have been charged with a probation violation, the criminal defense attorneys from Schwartz & Naderi will fight to keep you out of jail, and will vigorously challenge the alleged probation violation. Because each case is different, your particular situation must be carefully reviewed to determine how best to challenge the alleged probation violation.
If you or a loved one is facing a probation violation, contact a Los Angeles probation violation attorney from Schwartz & Naderi today at (310) 246-9550 or (818) 888-2711.