Fight To Maintain Your Status
Being released from prison or the possibility of prison to parole or probation may be a relief for many, but the threat of incarceration is not over. While both offer people the ability to get out of or stay out of prison, they both can come with restrictive requirements that can be hard to live under. Failing to meet your probation or parole conditions can result in you being taken to prison to serve your original sentence.
Common violations include:
- Being charged with another crime
- Failed urinalysis (dirty UA)
- Failure to report
- Failure to make restitution
- Failure to obey curfew
- Communicating with incarcerated people or others on parole
If you have been accused of violating your probation or parole, you need to take the situation seriously. Securing the representation of an experienced criminal defense lawyer who understands this particular type of proceeding and how the courts handle them is the key to keeping you out of prison.
One of the keys to a successful defense against probation violations is being able to effectively persuade your probation officer and the prosecutor as to what is the best way to resolve the charges before the court. Our goal is to maintain your freedom and we will fight to secure a resolution that keeps you out of jail.
Skilled Defense From A Former Manhattan Prosecutor
At The Law Offices of Jeffrey Chabrowe, we work to keep our clients from having their probation or parole revoked. When necessary, negotiating a modification may be the best answer. We will work to secure the best possible resolution to your case. Attorney Jeffrey Chabrowe is a former prosecutor with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office who has almost 20 years of criminal law experience. He understands what it takes to defend his clients against probation and parole violations.
Jeffrey Chabrowe has effectively handled many high-profile cases. Review our In the Press page to learn more.