While a better option that serving time in prison, probation still comes with downsides. To fulfill your probation, you have to meet many different requirements, which can sometimes be confusing and difficult. And if you violate your probation–even accidentally–or your probation officer claims that you committed a violation, you risk going to prison.
Facing charges of a probation violation can be scary. It is a serious offense with long-lasting consequences. You could be required to serve out the rest of your sentence in prison, which could result in not only the loss of your freedom but also your job, reputation, and relationships.
Whether your probation officer claims that you failed to complete a program or community service, failed to pay a fine, or picked up a new case, we can help.
Our firm is dedicated to helping people protect their rights while navigating the criminal justice system. We listen, and we work with our clients to achieve their goals for their case. When you work with us, our priority will be getting you the best possible result for your case.
Call us today for a free consultation with one of our firm’s experienced Denver, CO criminal defense lawyers. We’ll help you understand your options and what we can do for you.