Despite your best intentions, many things can get in the way of your successful completion of probation. Maybe you weren’t able to pay your supervision fees. Maybe you couldn’t afford to miss work in order to perform your community service. Maybe you missed a check in date. Or, maybe you find yourself charged with a new offense. Any of these possibilities could lead to the judge revoking your probation and imposing a sentence, including time in jail.
If you’re facing the possibility of revocation, there are things you can do to protect your freedom—but you’ll need an advocate and a plan. Contact me to discuss your case for free. I can help you evaluate your options and develop a strategy to get back on track.