Statesboro Probation Revocation Attorney
Defending Clients in Probation Revocation Hearings in Bulloch County
If you are on probation and violate any of its conditions or terms, your probation may be lost and you may be sent to jail to serve out your original sentence.
Violating your probation will likely subject you to a probation revocation hearing in court before a judge. You will need the services of a skilled criminal defense lawyer who can argue on your behalf to help you avoid these consequences.
Count on Gabe T. Cliett P.C., Attorney at Law. Our firm has been defending probationers in Bulloch County since 1997. We offer skilled and dedicated legal support aimed at keeping you out of jail and moving forward in life.
Call our Statesboro probation revocation lawyer at (912) 274-7752 or contact us online to discuss your situation in a free, initial consultation.
Our Statesboro probation revocation defense attorney understands how critical this matter may be to your freedom and future and how circumstances may have fallen out of your control, leading to an unintended violation. As a seasoned trial lawyer, Attorney Cliett has the courtroom presence and experience that you need.
Probation Conditions & Violations
Probation by the court will subject you to various restrictions and conditions that differ from case to case. Sometimes these requirements become burdensome and difficult to meet, leaving you in a vulnerable position.
Common probation restrictions can include:
- Regularly meeting with your probation officer
- Avoiding going out of contact (absconding), making it impossible to find you
- Finding and holding a job
- Staying away from certain individuals or locations
- Drug counseling, testing, and treatment programs
- Community service
- Paying restitution to victims
- Avoiding arrest for a new offense
Should you be unable to comply with or fail at any one of the restrictions, you risk a probation revocation which will carry incarceration, possible additional fines, or new criminal charges.
Unfortunately, the standard of proof in a probation revocation hearing is less than that in a courtroom trial. It is not required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you violated the terms of your probation. Because of this, it is critical that you have a strong legal advocate on your side.
Gabe T. Cliett P.C., Attorney at Law Is Here to Defend You
Our Statesboro probation revocation attorney is familiar with the legal situation involving probation, probationers, prosecutors, and judges. We understand the process, and we know how crucial a probation revocation hearing can be.
Should you lose, you could face months or years of incarceration that might have been avoided with better representation. That is why we urge you to contact our firm when facing this situation.
Call (912) 274-7752 or contact online today to get started.
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