Probation violation are the last two words any person wants to hear. Facing consequences again can be an unbearable thought. Often times a violation is filed because of a new charge, other times simply because the terms of probation were not completed. Whether you need probation reinstated to complete the terms or whether you are seeking an early terminator or modification, contact us immediately to discuss your case. Don’t give up hope. Whittington & Culbert is here to help.
In probation violation cases, it is important to be represented by a lawyer who is familiar with the rules of probation law. We know how to present your case in a way that best represents you and we’ll explain each piece of evidence and fact in detail before the court. Schedule a consultation today. We are here for you.