Phoenix Probation Revocation Attorney

A person could be given probation in lieu of being incarcerated, or they could have to serve probation time after their period of incarceration ends. Regardless of the reason that a person is on probation, law enforcement officials can revoke probation for a variety of reasons.

At the Younglove Law Firm, we are here to help when you need a Phoenix probation revocation attorney. The revocation of probation could result in you going to jail or even facing new charges. Let us investigate your case so we can defend your rights today.

Why choose the Younglove Law Firm for your probation revocation case?

When you are facing the revocation of your probation, you need to turn to an attorney with trusted experience in the Phoenix area. The Younglove Law Firm is standing by to help.

  • As a former prosecutor, Attorney Younglove understands how prosecutors think when it comes to probation revocation cases.
  • The Younglove Law Firm is experienced and respected in and near Phoenix and throughout Arizona.
  • We build custom-tailored legal strategies based on the individual needs of each client, which means we take the time to get to know you as we move forward with your case.

What will an attorney do in a probation revocation case?

Despite what you may have heard, probation revocation must be taken seriously. These are criminal matters, and unfortunately, the courts and prosecutors are already going to err on the side of caution because you have already been convicted of a crime. A Phoenix probation revocation attorney can work to humanize you by being your voice.

A Phoenix criminal defense lawyer can:

  • Thoroughly investigate the reasons for the revocation of probation.
  • Conduct an independent investigation in an effort to obtain additional evidence on your behalf.
  • Negotiate with prosecutors in an attempt to resolve the matter favorably in order to keep your probation active.

Why would probation be revoked?

Under Arizona Revised Statute §13-901, the court system is allowed to hand probation down as a sentence in lieu of jail time or a prison sentence for an individual convicted of a crime. However, there are typically going to be strict guidelines and restrictions in place on the person serving probation. Violation of these guidelines or restrictions will likely result in the probation being revoked.

Some of the most common reasons why a probation officer will decide to revoke probation include the following:

  • Failing to report to probation officers at designated locations or times
  • Failing to abide by curfews in place
  • Failing to remain within the confines a certain locations
  • Positive tests for alcohol or drugs
  • Failing to attend treatment programs or classes
  • Failing to maintain employment
  • Violating a restraining order
  • Possession of weapons, drugs, or other illegal substances
  • Being arrested and charged with additional

Call us for a confidential consultation of your case today

If you or somebody you care about is facing probation revocation, you need to speak to an attorney as soon as possible. These cases can become complicated and could result in you spending time in jail or even facing new charges.

At the Younglove Law Firm, we will not hesitate to stand up for your rights in an effort to ensure you remain on probation and out of jail. We want to help you remain a productive citizen who contributes to society. When you need a Phoenix probation revocation attorney, you can contact us for a confidential consultation of your case by clicking here.