Probation Violations / Conditional Release Violations
Ambrose Law Firm, PLLC represents people charged with violating their probation, conditional release, and supervised release.
Violating the terms and conditions of a sentence can put a person in a very difficult position. Often, a body-only warrant will issue and the person will have to turn themselves in, if the warrant is not quashed ahead of time with help from a lawyer or understanding probation officer.
Importantly, a person charged with violating their probation, conditional, or supervised release has the right to a contested hearing to dispute the allegations. While many people may believe it is fruitless to partake in such an exercise. It has been the experience of this firm to the contrary.
If you, or someone you know, is facing a probation, conditional release, or supervised release violation, contact our firm right away for a consultation at no charge.