Protecting Your Probation Or Parole Status

Probation and parole come with many conditions. Keeping track of them all can be difficult. Unfortunately, one slip up could lead to further incarceration or other serious consequences.

If you have been accused of violating the terms of your probation or parole, an experienced attorney may be able to protect your status and your freedom. At Solomon, Berschler, Fabick, Campbell & Thomas, P.C., we understand the labyrinth of rules that come with probation and parole, and we believe that one mistake should not result in more penalties.

We have more than 30 years of experience working with probation officers, parole officers and other parties in Norristown and throughout Pennsylvania. Our lawyers know the steps to take to protect your probation or parole status and keep you out of jail.

How Did You Violate Probation Or Parole?

Your options will vary depending on the nature of the alleged probation or parole violation. Failing to meet with your probation or parole officer will need to be addressed in a much different way than allegations of other criminal offenses.

Our attorneys are prepared to offer guidance in cases involving technical violations such as failure to meet with your probation or parole officer, failure to pay fines or restitution, failure to attend mandated counseling or treatment programs, or failure to pass a drug test.

We are also well-positioned to defend you against additional criminal charges, balancing defense of your probation or parole status with defense against the new charges, no matter how serious they may be. We will learn about the alleged violation and develop the most effective strategy for protecting your freedom and helping you move forward.

Contact Us Today For A Consultation With A Probation And Parole Lawyer

Call 484-679-5980 or email today. Learn more about what to do if you have been accused of violating probation or parole.