Probation & Parole Violations in Indianapolis, IN
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Sometimes, individuals accused of committing a crime are placed on probation instead of being penalized with a jail or prison sentence. Granted at the discretion of a judge, probation requires that the probationer meet the terms of his or her order, which could include community service, substance abuse treatment, and attending all court hearings. Parole, on the other hand, is granted to criminal offenders who have already served some time behind bars. This conditional release from prison requires that they regularly report to a parole office and maintain excellent conduct.
If you have been accused of violating your probation or parole order, you are surely aware of the seriousness of your situation. You could be facing serious consequences such as incarceration after a warrant is issued for your arrest. You cannot afford to take any chances. Protect your rights and future by seeking the help of our firm as soon as possible.
Has a warrant been issued in your name?
When an individual is found to have violated a parole or probation order, a warrant can be issued for their arrest. A simple traffic stop can place you back behind bars if the police officer finds that there is an existing warrant for your arrest. If you suspect that a warrant has already been issued against you, don't wait until it is too late.
At Bowen & Associates, LLC, our Indianapolis criminal defense attorneys have the experience and legal insight to help you get through this stressful situation. We will stop at nothing in our search of the strongest defense available to you. We may be able to prove that you were unaware that traveling outside of the country was a violation or that you were unaware of a court hearing you were supposed to attend.
As our client, you can benefit from the following:
- We are licensed to practice in all Indiana courts.
- We are fearless and results-driven trial lawyers.
- We utilize the latest technology to communicate with our clients.
Have questions? Contact our Indianapolis criminal defense lawyers today.
We understand that you probably have a lot of questions about your legal options after being accused of violating a parole or probation order. This is why we offer all our clients an initial case evaluation, free of charge, so that they can obtain the legal counsel they need to make smart and informed decisions.
For the aggressive and personalized legal representation you need, contact Bowen & Associates, LLC. We will work to help prevent your parole or probation from being revoked.