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Probation Violation

When you realize that you have violated your probation it can be pretty frightening. Will you be forced to serve out the full sentence from your original conviction? Will you be going to jail? As these questions race through your mind it is easy to get upset and you may even feel hopeless. Attorney Lonnie R. Hoover wants you to know that all is not necessarily lost. You still have options. Contact our firm now to find out how we can help.

Like so many things in the criminal justice system, the aftermath of a probation violation is not always like the movies. You still have a chance to be heard by the court. This is something that can work in your favor, especially if you have a good lawyer on your side. Attorney Lonnie R. Hoover has helped numerous people in situations just like the one you are in now and he knows how to get the best results in your case.

You have been accused of violating your probation. There are a number of offenses that can lead to this situation, including possession of a firearm, drug use, alcohol use, failure to report to your probation officer, failure to appear in court and associating with known criminals. When the court finds out you have been involved in any situation like this you will have to defend yourself. If found guilty you could be facing serious consequences.

The problem with real life is that it does not always go as expected. You probably had no plans of violating your probation. Most people are grateful to get probation in the first place and have no wish to face any harsher punishments than necessary. Unfortunately, bad situations happen sometimes and even the best person makes mistakes.

Protecting Your Rights with Lonnie Hoover

As your attorney, Lonnie R. Hoover will work hard to make the court understand where you are coming from. He will make sure they grasp the reality of your situation and that you had no desire to get on the wrong side of the law again. You want your life to get better, not worse. While it is possible that your probation violation could lead the court to enact harsh penalties – including the full punishment for the original crime – this is not guaranteed. The court has discretion to punish you as it sees fit. With a skilled probation violation attorney in your corner this punishment could be lessened considerably. If you have been accused of violating your probation please contact our firm immediately. We are ready to help you get the best possible results from your hearing.

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