Violating probation could land you in jail.
If you are on probation or parole in Georgia, a violation of those terms can have you facing the possibility of losing your freedom.
Probation and parole violations are serious and can jeopardize your freedom. Just like you have rights when you go to trial or enter a guilty plea, you have rights as a probationer or a parolee.
Get a lawyer to defend your freedom.
At the law firm of Daniels & Taylor, P.C., we have handled a wide range of criminal charges in Georgia for more than two decades. When you are facing the potential loss of your freedom due to an alleged probation or parole violation, you need a criminal defense attorney with experience at navigating a revocation hearing.
WE CAN HELP YOU! Contact our Lawrenceville law office at 770-604-1380.
Experienced Gwinnett County Probation Violation Defense Attorneys
Maybe you failed a drug or alcohol screen. Perhaps you did not complete your community service. Maybe you missed a reporting date. Maybe you did not commit a violation and your probation or parole officer is just plain wrong.
The standard of proof on a probation or parole violation is "by a preponderance of the evidence" and not "beyond a reasonable doubt" as it was with the underlying criminal case. The state merely has to show that it is more likely than not that you violated your probation or parole in the manner alleged. That is not a very high burden for the state to overcome, meaning that you need skilled representation to combat the allegations and maintain your freedom.
Contact an Experienced Gwinnett County Probation Attorney
From our office in Lawrenceville, our lawyers represent clients in communities throughout Gwinnett County and Walton County, Georgia. Call us at 770-604-1380 or contact us by email to arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced Lawrenceville parole and probation attorneys today.