Fredericksburg Probation Violations Lawyer
Spotsylvania VA Parole Violation Attorney
Being released from or avoiding jail altogether provides a second chance for many Virginia residents convicted of a crime. However, that second chance can be undone in an instant if you violate the probation that replaced your incarceration.
At the law office of Darren Meyer, we encourage clients to contact us immediately if they suspect a possible probation violation. Being proactive and focusing on the positives can go a long way in getting that second chance back.
Being Proactive Following a Probation Violation
If you have violated probation, be proactive in contacting us. Criminal defense attorney Darren Meyer will continue that proactive approach in contacting your probation officer and the courts. Our goal is to prevent any suspended sentences from being reinstated. While violating your probation will be looked upon as a negative, we counter that by accentuating the positive.
Your continued good behavior following your sentencing will be brought to light. Abiding by the rules and regulations up to the possible violation is documented. Your life may be stable with continued employment and permanent housing. In addition, you may be the primary wage earner for your family. All those factors are taken into account.
In the end, we want to show that your positives far outweigh one negative.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced criminal defense lawyer regarding a probation or parole violation, please contact Darren Meyer at Spencer, Meyer & Koch, PLC.