ARIZONA PROBATION VIOLATION LAWYERS
Have you been told you've violated probation?
If you or a loved one has been accused of violating the terms of probation, your probation officer will often file a "petition to revoke," which means when you're arrested, you can be held non-bondable.
At Paradise Valley Law, our Attorneys can argue for bond, or modification of release conditions, so you can avoid jail while you're awaiting trial.
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Until your probation violation is resolved with the court, you won't be eligible for release. There are many scenarios that can trigger a violation of probation, including:
Possessing an illegal weapon or substance
Violating a specific terms of probation
Committing another crime while on probation
Missing a scheduled court appearance
Failing to check in with a probation officer
Failing to pay restitution or attend counseling
If you find ourself in one of these situations, call one of our attorneys now. We're available to our clients 24/7 and offer a free 30-minute consultation.