Have You Been Arrested for a Probation Violation in Orange County?
Being arrested for a probation violation in Orange County requires quick action. When you have Seyb Law Group on your side, you’re assured of the best possible outcome.
Probation can be violated in a number of ways. Perhaps restitution hasn’t been paid according to schedule or a meeting with a probation officer has been missed. Maybe a court hearing or court-mandated program was skipped. It could be that a crime was committed or illegal drugs or weapons were found. If a probation officer believes that parole has been violated, he or she can order an arrest.
After a parole revocation hearing, a judge can impose the original sentence or the maximum sentence allowed by law. Alternatively, he or she can extend the length of probation, order new terms of probation, or order community service, counseling, or substance abuse treatment.
When it comes to your Orange County probation violation case, Seyb Law Group has experience you can trust.
Once you’re represented by Seyb Law Group, you’ll breathe a sigh of relief. We understand that a parole violation can derail your plans and your life. We’ll offer the best possible argument to convince the judge that you don’t belong in jail or prison.
Do not speak to law enforcement if you’ve been arrested for a parole violation. Once you’ve contacted Seyb Law Group, we’ll speak on your behalf.