Do Not Take Probation Violations Lightly
People often underestimate the risk that they are facing when they have been charged with a probation violation. They often think that they can go in and simply clear up whatever misunderstanding they feel is happening. This is not the case. Never take probation violations lightly.
There is a very real possibility that you could be walked straight from court to jail if your probation violation hearing does not go well.
While breaking the law is a violation of probation, a whole host of other issues may be considered violations, including:
- Not paying restitution, fines or fees on time
- Failure to provide a clean drug test
- Failure to maintain contact with your probation officer
How Do You Ensure The Best Possible Outcome To A Probation Violation Hearing?
Given the immense latitude that judges have in these types of proceedings — they can ignore probation recommendations and impose much more harsh penalties — it is essential that you work with an attorney who knows our local courts and who has a well-respected reputation in them.
Defense From A Former Boston Prosecutor
At the offices of Attorney John B. Seed, we know the risk posed by probation violations and the harm they can do to people’s lives. You may be putting so much effort into putting your life back on track and a finding that you violated your probation could set you back and erase all your efforts.
Attorney John B. Seed has formerly supervised the Brighton District Court as a Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney. He began learning about our courts and building a reputation for providing highly effective criminal defense representation while serving as an ADA and has continued to serve his clients and earn recognition for the quality of help he provides to his clients.
Boston Probation Violation Lawyer Serving All Of Eastern Massachusetts
Do not face the possible consequences of a probation violation without an effective advocate. Turn to Attorney John B. Seed. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 508-817-3194 or contact us online.
We have offices in Brighton and New Bedford to make our services more accessible.