Avoid Jail Time for Federal Probation Violations
As a former prosecutor, Ray Hindieh has years of experience and a unique insight into the legal system. He uses that knowledge to leverage better results for his clients. If you face federal probation violations in Dallas, TX or the surrounding area, 214 Release: Hindieh Law, PLLC can help. We offer free consultations where we review the circumstances surrounding your case. From there, we can get to work developing a defense. Probation violations occur when individuals who avoided jail time violate the terms of their supervised release. In these cases, the consequences can be severe and even include extensive jail time. We help our clients navigate these revocations.
What to Expect When You Violate Your Parole or Probation
We strongly encourage all clients to follow the terms of their probation carefully. That means meeting with probation officers and adhering to any restrictions. But we understand that people make mistakes. Unfortunately, these mistakes can lead to significant penalties. We offer solutions. Our team will examine the situation and advise you on your options. The consequences of violating the terms of your parole or probation are extensive and commonly include:
- Increased Probation or Parole Conditions
- Extended Time Under Probation or Parole
- Additional Time in Jail or Prison
- Alternate Punishments
What to Do if You Have Violated Your Parole
Fortunately for our clients, our legal team has years of experience navigating the probation and parole system. We understand how the Federal courts treat probation and parole violations, and we know what to expect. If you have found yourself in a situation where you violated the terms of your probation, it is important to remain calm. Contact our legal team immediately, and we will set to work advocating for your behalf. We can use many tactics to help you avoid severe punishments, such as extenuating circumstances.