Probation Violations

probation violation anderson indiana criminal law attorney house arrest detentionOur Criminal Law Attorneys in Anderson Indiana can help you if you have violated probation.  A probation violation can bring very serious consequences.    Whether you have failed a drug screen, did not attend counseling, or did not check in with probation, it is likely that the State will be asking that you serve jail time. When a probation violation has been filed, the probationer could serve out his suspended sentence behind bars, on house arrest, or work release.  You do not have the same rights during a probation violation hearing that you enjoy at trial. Moreover, the State enjoys the benefit of a lesser evidentiary burden. You need an attorney that is ready to zealously advocate for your rights using strong negotiation skills.  Our extensive litigation experience will be beneficial when we protect your rights in court.

Helping those on parole and on probation in Madison County, Hamilton County, Delaware County, Marion County encompassing Muncie, Anderson, Noblesville, Fishers, Indianapolis, and all the areas in between.