Violations of Probation & Parole in Columbia
Accused of violating your terms of parole or probation?
When you have been able to avoid incarceration by being placed on probation, or have secured an early release through parole, you have essentially been given a second chance to prove yourself. It is vital that you avoid being found in violation of the terms you were given by the judge, as you are not likely to receive such leniency in the future and may be sent to serve the full terms of your sentence. If you have been accused of breaking the terms of your probation or parole, it is in your best interests to contact an attorney from Masella Law Firm, P.A. for help.
Columbia Criminal Defense Lawyer
Our lead attorney has served as a solicitor and even as a judge in the local courts, and with extensive legal experience our team is more than prepared to represent your case. We know how the criminal justice system in our area approaches this type of case, and will prepare an effective defense with the goal of resolving the situation and helping you avoid revocation of your probation or parole. Call or visit our office today to discuss the situation and to receive an unbiased evaluation of your legal options.
We can represent you in court on any type of probation or parole violation charge, whether you are accused of missing your scheduled interviews failing a drug test, non-payment of fines, absconding or even committing a new crime. Many people who are charged with a probation violation find themselves in the situation after violations of home arrest have been detected by the ankle bracelet GPS tracking device, or after being accused of misusing the ignition interlock device which is imposed in certain cases of DUI. Whether your charges are the result of a misunderstanding or false allegations or if you made a mistake and now need help, we want to help you.