Probation violations are easy to make, but the punishments are harsh. Delaware County probation lawyers Schrom & Shaffer, P.C. may be able to help defend you.
If you were found guilty of a crime, you may be put on probation as a part of your punishment. Probation is designed for a person to demonstrate good behavior under supervision, as opposed to serving time in jail or prison. For probation to be completed successfully, certain requirements must be met. Failure to meet these requirements could result in probation revocation, fines or jail time.
Most Common Probation Violations
Although the conditions set forth by the court for the probation differs from person to person, there are many universal probation violations, including:
- Failure to appear in court at the scheduled time or on the scheduled day
- Failure to report regularly to your probation officer
- Committing another crime while on probation
- Being charged with a drug offense of any kind while on probation
- Failing a drug test while on probation
- Failure to pay court ordered fines
- Going certain places or associating with certain people not approved by your probation officer
Call Delaware County Probation Lawyers Schrom & Shaffer, P.C. Now If You’ve Violated
If you’ve violated your probation or think you’ve violated your probation, you must get in contact with experienced probation lawyers as quickly as possible. A good criminal defense attorney can help you avoid stronger penalties and stay on track with your probation.