Category Archives: Violation of Probation and Supervised Release

True Split Sentence Violation

March 25, 2022

When a judge sentences you to probation, there’s always a chance you violate. If you violate, you face jail or prison. To scare, sometimes a judge offers a suspended sentence. In a suspended sentence, the judge lets you know the … Continue reading

Proving a Violation of Probation

March 16, 2022

Instead of prison, Probation gives you the chance to close your case without being locked up. In exchange, Probation Officers keep track of you while you’re free. They give you rules to follow and check on you often to make … Continue reading

Can Police Perform Probation Searches?

March 9, 2022

Criminal defense attorneys always deal with probation searches because judges sentence lots of people to probation. When a judge sentences you to probation, he or she gives you a bunch of rules to follow. Some are obvious. Don’t commit crimes. … Continue reading

Double Credit Sentencing Error Corrected

March 3, 2022

Probation Sentences Probation sentences seem like a blessing, but they often end up a trap. You can live clean up to the day before it ends, violate and go to prison. Time spent on probation doesn’t count toward a prison … Continue reading

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