Indianapolis Probation Violation Attorney
Accused of Violating Probation? Hayes Law Office Can Help!
Two separate supervision systems that oversee individuals who have been convicted of a criminal offense. The probation system convicted of a criminal offense. The probation system supervises individuals according to court sentences. These sentences are given in place of incarceration. The Indiana parole system supervises individuals who are released from jail or prison early. It states that over the past few years almost 80,000 individuals were supervised by the state for adult felony and other individuals were supervised by local county Community Corrections departments as part of parole.
The Indianapolis probation violation lawyer at Hayes Law Office understands that’s serving probation comes with several different requirements such as check-ins and random drug testing. In some cases, being on Probation can go on for many years. Attorney Philip Hayes knows that it is sometimes hard for individuals to follow all the regulations.
Types of Probation Violations
Common probation violations in Indiana include:
- Violating Curfew
- Checking out of rehab ahead of time
- Leaving you home while on house arrest
- Failing to appear for weekly check-ins or random drug test
- Failing or testing positive for drug test
- Testing positive for alcohol
- New arrest or conviction
Call (317) 759-1515 today to schedule a free consultation to let an Indianapolis probation violation lawyer help you.
What are Terms of Probation or Parole?
A conviction results in a sentence, which can include jail time or probation. In some cases, a judge can sentence you to a period in jail but allow that time to be spent on probation with the correct behavior. If you follow all the allegations and requirements, then you will be finished with probation and sentencing.
When sentenced to probation, you will be focused to report to your assisted probation officer, and you must follow all the set rules and obligations set for you, which include the following:
- Home Visits
- Community Service Work
- Weekly/Monthly Drug Test
- Drug or Alcohol Treatment
- Weekly/Monthly Visits with your assisted probation officer
- No contact orders with complainants
- Wearing an Ankle Monitor
- House Arrest
But if you don’t follow the requirements or violate probation, you will then be sent to prison to finish your remaining sentence. If you or a loved one are on probation and were accused of violating the terms of your sentence, let Hayes Law Office help you avoid serving the remainder of your sentence behind bars.
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To avoid those allegations and increases in probation, you need to start looking for an experienced criminal defense attorney that assists clients with probation and Community Corrections compliance. With more than 18 years of experience, Attorney Philip Hayes can protect your rights and freedom during the legal process.
Contact the firm today to learn about our effective and personalized legal representation.
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