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Frederic Warner probation violations
Judges and Prosecutors treat Probation Violations seriously if found in “Violation.” You could be sentenced to the maximum time in jail or state prison for your original crime. The standard of proof for a violation of probation is by a “Preponderance of the Evidence.” You are not entitled to a jury trialit is only the Judge that hears the evidence. Each violation is treated separately and differently by the Judge. It is crucial for you to immediately seek the services of the Law Office of Frederic J. Warner for aggressive and experienced protection of your rights.

Individuals who fail to comply with their conditions of probation may face a revocation of their probation, which can result in jail time or state prison. These kinds of violations can often be successfully defended, but only a truly experience lawyer will know which strategies to pursue a solid defense to an alleged probation violation. The Law Office of
Frederic J. Warner works diligently to provide a reasonable explanation for failure to comply with a condition of their probation, often convincing the court to reinstate their probation with the exact same terms and conditions.

When probation terms are violated, the defendant is eligible for more jail time and the opportunity for probation is taken off the table.

Probation can be violated in the following ways:
  • Failure to pay required fines or restitution to the victim
  • Failure to comply with additional probation terms such as attending rehabilitation or completing community service
  • Failure to appear to a scheduled court appearance for a progress report
  • Failure to report to a probation officer at the scheduled times
  • Violation of probation rules, terms, and conditions
  • Possession of illegal substances or weapons
  • The committing of a crime
  • Being arrested
A probation violation could result in many consequences, including:
  • Extension of probationary period
  • Amendment to the probation terms and conditions
  • Revocation of probation
  • Re-instatement of probation with the same or different terms and conditions
  • Community service
  • Community labor
  • Treatment programs
  • Rehabilitation programs/classes
  • Counseling
  • Prison or jail time
It is vital that you choose an attorney who combines experience with a great track record, a thorough understanding and familiarity with the law and the local courts, and a commitment to each and every client. The Law Office of Frederic J. Warner has successfully represented numerous clients with probation violations thought California. Mr. Warner prides himself on aggressive representation with a personal touch. Armed with the knowledge and experience to build a winning defense, Mr. Warner is accustomed to taking on the criminal justice system and achieving the best results for his clients.