When on probation, judges expect you to adhere to the terms of the probation, as accepting those terms allowed you to avoid jail or prison time. Judges do not take kindly to those who violate probation. If you are accused of violating your probation, you will be taken into custody while the issues are sorted out. The need for high quality, seasoned counsel to manage the situation cannot be overstated. If you were accused of violating your probation, Gibbons & Gibbons can help. With more than six decades of combined experience and over 3,000 defendants represented, we are confident of our ability to protect you from further criminal consequences.
Probation officers are notorious for being hard-nosed and rigid in how they deal with those in their charge. Any perceived violation, whether it occurred or not, can lead to an immediate loss of your freedom.
Many cases of probation violation include issues such as:
The penalties for a probation violation will be based upon several factors, including:
A probation violation is a serious matter. If not handled correctly, the judge could impose the entire sentence you avoided when you got probation, possibly adding more. The judge hearing your case has wide discretion in imposing penalties. The quality of your defense counsel could not be more important if you hope to avoid further penalties.
Our firm operates differently than many others. We won’t turn you over to an assistant or paralegal, because we work directly with each person we represent. You can expect to be treated with dignity, respect, and care. We know how important the outcome of your case is to you, and we aggressively pursue the best possible resolution no matter what happened. You have the right to due process and we can pursue that on your behalf.
Call our firm at (562) 372-6366 or contact us online immediately to get started. We represent clients across Los Angeles including communities like Whittier, Bellflower, Downey, Hawaiian Gardens, Long Beach, South Gate, Bell, Bell Gardens, Paramount, La Mirada, Artesia, Pico Rivera, and Montebello.