Probation Violations Attorney in Jackson, TN
Experienced Criminal Lawyer Serving Madison County
Probation and parole violations can be challenging to defend against, and often result in severe consequences. At the Law Offices of Marcus A. Lipham, we have helped numerous clients successfully navigate potential probation violations in Madison County. Our aggressive criminal defense lawyer has experience minimizing the consequences of parole violations and negotiating for alternatives to incarceration. Let us help you fight the charges and protect your future.
Types of Probation Violations
When an individual is released from being detained and is put on probation, there are various requirements that a judge can order. A probation violation occurs when any one of these conditions is broken.
Common examples of probation violations include:
- Failing a drug test
- Committing another crime
- Failing to meet family responsibilities
- Possessing a firearm or other dangerous weapons
- Failing to attend all scheduled meetings with a probation officer
- Associating with known criminals
- Failing to complete community service hours
- Leaving a particular geographic area
- Failing to pay court costs and fines from the original sentence
- Failing to obtain employment or pursue vocational training
Falling short in any of the above ways could result in a number of severe consequences. This might even include revoking the probation and sending the defendant to jail to serve the rest of his or her sentence. However, not all violations warrant sending the individual to jail. If the infraction is minor, a parole officer may choose only to issue a warning.
Contact the Law Offices of Marcus A. Lipham
If you have been accused of breaking the terms of your parole in Tennessee, our Jackson probation violation attorney can help. Our team is ready to defend your rights and your freedom.
Call (731) 207-4488 now to get an aggressive criminal lawyer to handle your case.
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