Probation Violations

Probation Violations

Receiving a probation violation is a very stressful and frightening experience because you risk having your suspended jail sentence activated by the court.  It is important to know that you do not have to fight this battle on your own.  At the Law Offices of Banks Huntley, we are here to help you resolve your probation violation and develop a strategy that will keep you on probation or reduce the damage if your probation is revoked. Just because you receive a probation violation does not mean that you should just plead guilty to the violation. Contact our office for a FREE Confidential Consultation at (704) 910-6278 and learn how we can help you avoid the consequences of your probation violation.

When an individual is placed on probation there are certain requirements that they must comply with in order to stay on probation.  If even one of these conditions of probation are not met, their probation officer can file a violation report to bring the probationer back to court.  Probationers can be violated for a number of reasons including missing office visits, failing to pay monies, missing curfew, testing positive for a controlled substance or alcohol, traveling outside the county without permission, and new arrests or convictions.  Most times a probation violation is just a misunderstanding between the probationer and the officer.  Let our firm be your voice to explain your side of the story to the judge.

Mr. Huntley is a former North Carolina State Prosecutor who has prosecuted many probation violations in district and superior court.  He is able to view a case from both sides of the fence and knows when to mount an aggressive defense or strike a deal with the prosecution.  As both a prosecutor and defense attorney, Mr. Huntley has handled hundreds of probation violations.  Mr. Huntley will meet with you before your court date to get your side of the events and advise you on steps you can take that might convince the judge to keep you on probation.  We will talk with your probationer officer and/or the prosecutor and come up with a plan that will keep your probation from being revoked.

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Contact the Law Offices of Banks Huntley and know that you are in good hands.  The sooner a criminal defense attorney is involved in your case, the better your chances are of avoiding a probation revocation. Call today for a FREE Confidential Consultation at (704) 910-6278 and put our experience to work for you.

 

 

 

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