Parole and probation situations are governed by strict rules. Whether you’ve been released early through parole or avoided jail time through probation, you have to follow a certain set of conditions to keep your arrangements valid. However, you may have recently:
- Traveled to a forbidden location
- Failed a drug test
- Committed another crime
- Missed a curfew
- Failed to show up for community service
Have you violated the conditions of your parole or probation? Defend your rights by seeking a quality criminal justice attorney. The Law Office of Kyle D. Parks
provides legal assistance and representation for individuals who have violated the terms of their parole or probation.
If your probation officer has witnessed you violating the terms of your arrangement, you could be arrested as a consequence. Before you face the judge, contact the Law Office of Kyle D. Parks. Our criminal defense attorney will understand your situation and create a specific plan to address the situation.
An attorney may be the difference between you remaining free and returning to jail. Contact our criminal justice attorney today and get the representation you need during this reevaluation process.