Are You Contending With Probation Violations?
In the state of Connecticut, proving a violation of probation is relatively easy. It is not required to prove the violation beyond a reasonable doubt, only by a preponderance of the evidence. Even if the evidence is gathered illegally, the state may still press charges. In other words, it is very important to have an experienced lawyer on your side if you have been charged with a probation violation.
At the law firm of Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law, we provide client-centered criminal defense for individuals in Bridgeport and throughout the surrounding communities of Connecticut. As trial lawyers with more than 50 years of combined experience, we have a thorough understanding of the criminal process and what it takes to protect the rights of our clients.
If you run the risk of being accused of violating your parole or probation, you can contact the law office of Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law. Contact us online or call us at 203-371-1000.
Experienced Criminal Defense For A Violation Of Probation
Probation violation occurs when an individual is serving probation and he or she does not adhere to the required conditions. This may include:
- Failure to report to probation officer
- Failure to pay fines
- Failure to appear in front of judge or in court
- Failure to complete probation-related treatment programs
- Failure to register on Sex Offender Registry
- Violating protective order
- Getting arrested on another charge
- Failure to follow specific conditions of probation
A probation violation can get complicated, and serious, very fast. Even coming late to a required court appearance can turn into something more serious and have you facing even more severe penalties. Take the time to speak with a lawyer regarding your rights.
Contact Our Experienced Trial Lawyers
If you have been accused of a probation violation in Connecticut, call us at 203-371-1000. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss any concerns that you may have and the possible costs that will likely be involved.