Failure to comply with the terms of your probation, whether intentional or unintentional, is a probation violation. Depending on the severity of the incident, this can result in significant penalties and long-lasting consequences. If you or a loved one are on probation and have violated the terms of a probation order, you need to speak with an attorney as soon as possible. An experienced attorney will examine the facts of your case and begin building a defense on your behalf.
At the Blischak Law Firm, our attorneys have significant experience handling probation violation cases. We have worked on both sides of the criminal justice system, giving our attorneys a deep and unique understanding of the intricacies involved in the probation process. Our probation violation attorneys have successfully defended clients throughout the state of Arizona.
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There are a wide range of circumstances, actions, and failures that can result in a probation violation. This can include:
Judges can revoke probation sentences under ARS § 13-901. The law specifically allows them to do so when the state believes that you: a) committed a new offense or b) violated your probation order. However, you may disagree with their determination or wish to mitigate potential consequences; this is where our Phoenix probation violation lawyers can help.
At Blischak Law Firm, our probation violation attorneys will defend against those additional penalties, including:
Our probation violation lawyers in Phoenix can also help you build a defense around new criminal charges, whether it is a misdemeanor or a felony case, while fighting against your probation violation. If prosecutors or police fail to meet their obligations, the Phoenix probation violation attorneys at Blischak Law Firm want to protect your rights.
Have you or a family member been charged with a probation violation? We can help. The Blischak Law Firm has been handling probation violation cases for over 40 years and is ready to put our experience to work for you. Our probation violation attorneys in Phoenix will listen to your story, make every effort to communicate what happened to the judge and prosecution, and work to resolve the matter before the probation violation hearing. In the event a hearing is necessary, we’ll protect your best interests and fight for the best possible outcome.