Clark County Probation Violation Defense Attorney
If you have avoided prison by pleading to lesser charges, chances are that you are free, serving a probationary period. Being released and put on probation often requires a person to obey a sometimes strict set of requirements. Everyone’s terms of probation differ and statistics show that people who are convicted of crimes and are sentenced to probation violate the terms of their probation in about 50% of the time.
If you are accused of violating the terms of your probation you will have to go before a judge who will determine if the terms of your probation have been violated and if you should go to prison. Violating the terms of probation are a very serious matter and requires that you hire the best probation violation attorney that you can get. The Law Office of John P.M. Rutan stand ready to serve you with an aggressive defense designed to keep you out of jail.
There are many ways to violate parole and most of them are technical in nature. You may have failed a court-mandated random drug test, failed to report to your probation officer, or failed to complete drug or alcohol rehabilitation. A probation officer might show up unannounced at your home or work to ask questions to the employer. You may also have failed to pay the required fines to the court or you may have failed to make restitution to your victims.
We are here to help with any and all Clark County probation violation cases. We are available 24/7 to assist you. If you have been accused of violating the terms or your probation, have been arrested and maybe put in jail, you need the help of experienced and knowledgeable probation violation defense lawyers like the ones at the Law Office of John P.M. Rutan. Give us a call at 614-307-4343.