Violating your probationary terms will not please the prosecutor or judge, and your probation officer may very well recommend your incarceration. When you enter into a probation contract with the courts, you open yourself up to the possibility of punishment for breaking that contract. When that occurs, it’s likely that you will have to fulfill the original sentence that was put aside in exchange for your successfully completing probation.
As a former prosecutor in Saint Joseph and Cass County, Michigan, David G. Moore is now a top-rated criminal defense lawyer serving Muskegon and nearby communities. He and his team offer many decades of combined experience, connections, and other resources that can help you return to a good standing in the court system. It’s possible that he can help you have your probationary terms reinstated without ever having to serve jail time.
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If you’ve been accused of violating your probationary terms in Muskegon, you’re going to need knowledgeable and enthusiastic legal representation. The criminal defense attorneys at the David G. Moore Law Firm are here for you with no-nonsense legal representation that will protect your rights and ensure your fair treatment. Our team works diligently, every day, to ensure that our clients receive the best outcomes possible, even if there has already been a warrant issued for your arrest.