Parole Violation Defense Attorney in Mesa
Let our firm protect your legal rights
Parole is an early release from prison contingent on maintaining good behavior. Even if you're making a good faith effort to follow the terms of your parole, it's possible that you'll run into trouble for a parole violation. Your freedom could be at stake, and you need a skilled criminal defense lawyer on your side. You need Charlie Naegle of Brown, Naegle, Crider & Jensen LLC.
Upholding the terms of your parole
In order to approve you for parole, the Department of Corrections evaluated your behavior and actions while you were in prison. The parole conditions always reflect the initial prison sentence or conviction. If you do not uphold each and every term of your parole, you may be sent back to prison to complete your sentencing, and perhaps more. Parole is akin to probation in both typical conditions and penalties if violated.