Can I Avoid Jail After Violating Probation?
In our country, the courts are known to be fair. However, it is difficult to avoid jail after violating probation. We all know, old habits are hard to break. Very often, when the court agrees to release a client on probation, our efforts to keep them free are upset by a violation of that probation. And so, it is important to note that violations of probation will return you to jail. But, when we make a mistake, it is possible to avoid jail after violating probation?
America has a common law tradition. Precedents are set and punishments are met based upon that common law tradition. When an individual violates probation, the judge will consider several things. Above all else, he or she will consider the seriousness of the violation. In addition, the judge will consider your prior criminal history. Beyond that, the judge will fairly consider how much of your probation has already been served.
What can Oklahoma Litigation Group Do to Help?
Without a doubt, Oklahoma Litigation Group will use our experience and expertise to overcome your violation and reinstate your probation. Our clients can count on us to give them the best legal service in Oklahoma. Additionally, we will seek home confinement, reduced sentence, weekend activities, community service and work release.
Probation Violation Hearing
If you fail to comply with the terms of your probation, the court will set a date for hearing. Do not fail to appear or you will return to jail. Not only do you have the right, you have the responsibility to yourself, your friends and your family to hire the best lawyer you can in order to defend yourself at this hearing.
Contact Oklahoma Litigation Group
Our top Tulsa lawyers are ready to serve you. If you are concerned about a probation violation, contact Oklahoma Litigation Group now.