Probation Violations

Getting charged with a probation violation can range in severity. Failure to properly address a probation violation can result in jail time. If you are charged with a small infraction, you may have to attend an administrative hearing and end up with more time on probation. For a more egregious violation like not paying fees or committing another crime, your probation may be revoked and you will be sent to jail. Regardless of the circumstances, it is critical to handle the situation appropriately.

We're Committed To Your Defense

Because we have more than a quarter century of criminal defense experience as a lawyer, we are ideally prepared to defend people charged with probation violations. We are able to do everything possible to keep you out of jail, keep you in good standing with the court and your probation officer, and keep any violation off your criminal record.

It is important to note that these are not evidentiary hearings, so it is possible to work with a judge or probation agent to work toward an ideal outcome in cases involving:

  • New law violations
  • Technical violations
  • Violations of community control
  • Positive drug tests
  • Modifications of supervision
  • Early termination

We strongly encourage you to take the earliest possible action if you or a loved one has been charged with a probation violation.

To discuss any probation violation or revocation hearing in a free initial consultation with a Clemson probation violation defense attorney, call 864-551-4370 or email us.