Probation Violation Attorney in Rockville, MD
You or a loved one worked hard to get probation or out on parole to start reclaiming your life, but now an accused violation could send you back. What do you do? You reach your phone and call the trial attorneys at Law Offices of Lowans & Kurtz, PLLC. We understand that mistakes can happen and, sometimes, these mistakes aren’t your fault at all. That is why we are willing to step up to the plate and go to bat for you.
The burden of proof is typically lower in cases involving parole and probation violations. This means you need an experienced probation violation attorney in Rockville, MD, to stand up for you and your rights. We are prepared to protect your constitutional rights and mount the strong defense you need to fight for the best possible outcome for your case.
Working for Your Continued Freedom
Each and every parole or probation violation case is unique, which means a fresh approach must be taken by your attorney to help you build your case. With our representation, you can rest easy knowing that you are working with a straight shooter that is committed to clearly explaining the charges to you while using his vast legal knowledge to defend you in front of the judge or parole board.
There are a few different outcomes from a parole or probation violation. You could find the terms are adjusted to become more constrictive, the revocation of the parole or probation is another possibility, or additional penalties, including increased jail time, could be the result. When we defend you, we are taking the proactive steps necessary to not only help you get the best results for your situation, but also to help you show the judge or the parole board that you are putting in the effort to improve your life.
Legal Assistance Available for:
- Technical Probation & Parole Violations
- New Charge Violations
- Parole Violation Hearings
- Probation Violation Hearings
Contact us if there is a violation of your probation. Our attorney in Rockville, MD, helps you through the hearing process so you can continue to enjoy your parole.