An accusation of a probation violation can have devastating consequences. If your probation is revoked you face the possibility of having to serve the rest of your sentence in incarceration.
There are many reasons probation can be revoked. Some of the most common include:
- Failure to report to the probation officer
- Failure to take required drug testing
- Failure to enroll in treatment
- Failure to complete community service
- Getting arrested for another criminal offense
Our attorneys can represent you in your probation revocation hearing, presenting the most compelling case possible to the presiding judge. Our experienced defense attorneys have guided numerous clients through the probation revocation process and obtained favorable results.
Talk To An Experienced Attorney Who Can Protect Your Rights
To discuss your criminal law matter with an experienced criminal defense lawyer, contact our law offices online or by telephone at our Elgin office at 224-276-6641, our McHenry office at 815-889-2364, our Rockford office at 779-203-9049 or our Palatine office at 847-452-5124. We are skilled at handling even the toughest violations. We represent individuals accused of probation violations in Cook, Kane and McHenry counties and throughout Northern Illinois.