Probation & Parole Violations
Helping You Avoid More Jail Time
A parole or probation violation, no matter how minor, can have serious and lasting consequences. If you are serving probation, and you fail to meet certain conditions, the results can land you in jail and even extend your punishment.
If you are facing legal trouble as a result of a probation or parole violation in the Philadelphia metro area, contact our attorneys at the law office of Shaka Johnson, Esquire to discuss your options and how we can help you avoid or reduce additional penalties.
As former assistant D.A.s, we have the understanding of how the other side will operate and how to make a convincing case designed to reduce penalties and keep you out of jail.
Representation for Probation Violations
If you are on parole or probation, staying out of trouble is the best path toward ensuring a smooth course, but when trouble finds you, it is important to have an attorney on your side with the experience and ability to help.
Our lawyers can help you avoid additional penalties and jail time when you have additional legal troubles while on probation. Contact us for matters involving:
- New Arrests
- Technical Violations
- Failure to Pay Restitution
- Curfew Violations
- Failure to Pay Costs
- Bail Matters
- Detainer Lists
- Failure to Report
If new charges are brought against you, then you may be held until the matter is resolved. When you hire our firm, we will focus immediately on getting you out of custody, and then try to make sure you stay out and get back on your parole or probation. We don't want to see a violation seriously affect your release, and we work hard to make sure that doesn't happen.
Meet With an Attorney That Will Help
Call our criminal defense office at (215) 732-7900 in Philadelphia, or contact us online if you have been accused of a parole or probation violation. We have the experience and ability to make your case.