Michigan Probation Violation Defense Attorney
Violating the terms of your probation can result in the lengthening of your probationary term, additional probationary terms, additional court fines, the loss of any deferred status (such as 7411, HYTA, or 7694a), and even incarceration.
At the Law Office of Julian J. Poota, PLLC, we defend individuals accused of violating the terms of their probation throughout Metro Detroit and the state of Michigan. The charge is usually initiated by the individual’s probation officer who presents a show cause order to the judge for signature.
Common ways that individuals can violate their probation include:
- Not reporting to your probation officer
- Not paying court fines, court costs, and restitution
- Violating a no-contact provision
- Travelling out of state without the court’s permission
- Testing positive for controlled substances
- Consuming alcohol
- Committing new criminal offenses
If you are facing a probation violation, you need an attorney who will aggressively represent your interests. At the Law Office of Julian J. Poota, PLLC, you will find that representation. We work towards getting the allegation dismissed or mitigated and putting you in the best light in front of the judge. We handle both misdemeanor and felony probation violation cases.
Call the Law Office of Julian J. Poota, PLLC: (888) 399-7979
Having a skilled and experienced probation violation defense attorney by your side to defend your case can make all the difference in your future. Call us in Southfield at (888) 399-7979 or email us using the in-take form.