There are two types of probation: supervised and unsupervised. Generally speaking, probation is an alternative to active incarceration and should be taken seriously because a potential violation of one’s probation could lead to a period of incarceration, commonly referred to as back-up time. An alleged violation of probation is one of the probation matters that our office most routinely handles. However, we also help people who are actively on probation by trying to get their probation terminated early under certain circumstances or modified so that the conditions of probation are not as challenging to adhere to. Contact our office today for a free consultation with an experienced Baltimore County, MD criminal defense attorney if you are facing an alleged violation of probation or need to terminate or modify your probation.
Common Probation Matters in Maryland
Violation of Probation
Baltimore County, MD Violation of Probation Attorney
An alleged violation of probation, whether founded or not, should be taken seriously because of the potential consequences – including incarceration and/or revocation of your probation. If you have been alleged to have violated your probation, contact our office today for a free consultation with an experienced Baltimore County, MD criminal defense attorney.
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