Mesa, AZ Probation Violation Defense

Our law firm is ready to fight for you

If you've been placed on probation, you are expected to adhere to a number of different terms and restrictions depending on the specifics of the offense. These conditions must be followed throughout the duration of the probationary period, which may last anywhere from a year to life for certain violent or sexual offenses.

Being accused of a probation violation can derail your efforts to get your life back on track. A criminal defense attorney can help. That's why we encourage you to call Brown, Naegle, Crider & Jensen LLC and speak with attorney Charlie Naegle today.

Specific terms of probation may include:

  • Regularly meeting with a probation officer
  • Attending court appearances
  • Paying fines
  • Staying away from certain people or places
  • Not traveling out of state
  • Obeying all laws
  • Abstaining from drug or alcohol use
  • Submitting to drug testing

Individuals who are accused of violating their probation can face a multitude of consequences, including "intensive probation" with more restrictions, house arrest or a longer probation term. They might even face a revocation of their probation, requiring them to serve the original sentence. If you are accused of violating your probation, attorney Charlie Naegle can defend you against these consequences and negotiate with your probation officer for reduced punishments.

Don't let an accusation derail your life. Contact us online or call 480-378-9000 today for your consultation with Charlie.

3850 E Baseline Rd Suite 112
Mesa, AZ 85206
local phone: (480) 378-9000