Have you violated the terms of your probation? Violating probation terms can put you at risk for incarceration. Thankfully, the probation attorneys at The Law Office of James Stone Craven are available to help. We’ll work to take action quickly so that we can help you.
If you believe that you may have violated the terms of your probation, but you haven’t faced any consequences quite yet, it’s important to work with a lawyer as soon as possible. In some cases, we may be able to prevent issues before they occur.
There’s no reason to wait to call a lawyer for assistance. The sooner you call us, the sooner we’ll be able to start working to help you. Working with one of our attorneys now may save you from headaches at some point down the road.
Most people don’t set out to violate their probation. Making these kinds of mistakes is easier than you might think. For example, you may have not been able to secure a job within a specified period of time. You may have overslept and missed a meeting with your probation officer. We’ve helped many clients that have made these kinds of mistakes, and we’ll be able to help you as well.
Even if you have violated the terms of your probation, it doesn’t mean that you’re out of options. Our legal team can do many things to assist you. Talk to one of our lawyers today so that we can handle your violation.
If you’ve violated your parole, it’s possible that it may be revoked. We’ll work to prevent that consequence. We will motion the parole board and fight to allow you to maintain your parole.
While this consequence isn’t always avoidable, we’ll do everything in our power to keep you from being incarcerated. Even if you’ve made a mistake, you may be able to keep your parole. Contact us right away so that we can help you deal with the parole board.
If you’ve successfully completed your parole, we may be able to assist you with getting your record expunged. This will give you more opportunities as you work to get your life back on the right track.
We can look over the unique circumstances of your case and see if expungement is an option for you. Expungement can benefit you greatly, and if it’s an option, you’ll want to make sure you take advantage of it. Talk to us so that we can discuss expungement for you.
If you need to talk to a probation lawyer in South Carolina, our legal team is here to help you. Whether you’ve violated your parole or are interested in expungement, we’ll be able to do a number of things to assist you. Set up a consultation at our law offices today.