Peoria Probation Violations Attorney
Galesburg County Parole Violations Lawyer Serving Illinois
Probation violations do not always land you right back in jail. If you are to go before a parole board or judge because of technical violations of your probation, you need to hire an attorney who will fight hard for you and work to present your story in the best light.
Peoria probation violations attorney Maureen Williams, of the Law Offices of Maureen Williams, has been providing thorough criminal defense to individuals for over 18 years. She knows how to craft an argument that will meet the needs of your probation officer to help you reach the best outcome possible. Contact her via e-mail or by calling 866-321-5228 today for more information.
You Can Prove to the Judge That Jail Is the Wrong Response
If you can show the judge that your minor violation, such as curfew violation or failure to show violation, was a mistake and that you are a functional member of society, the judge most likely will not send you back to jail. There are several aspects that a judge will consider when making his determination:
- Your support system
- Steady employment or dedicated job search
- School enrollment
- Testimony from responsible individuals
- Vouching from a probation officer
Attorney Maureen Williams will fully analyze your violation and your record so she can best prepare a defense in your probation violation case. She will help you craft a comprehensive explanation as to why the violation occurred and what you will do to make sure it does not happen again. Ms. Williams has helped past clients avoid jail after probation violations and will do her best to help you do the same.
Probation Violations and Criminal Charges
If you committed another crime while on probation, you will be facing two different cases. The first will involve a probation revocating charge, while the second will be a full case regarding your criminal charges. Attorney Williams believes firmly in providing comprehensive advocacy to her clients. She will advocate firmly for you in both matters. As your attorney, she will be with you every step of the way. She takes her role as an advocate very seriously.
Contact an Attorney Who Cares About Your Rights and Your Future
Maureen Williams is dedicated to helping you succeed. Contact her via e-mail or by calling 866-321-5228.
Saturday, May 25, 2013