Probation Violation Defense in Chicago
Get a Chicago Criminal Defense Lawyer on Your Side
When a court sentences an offender to probation, the offender is allowed to stay out of jail (and possibly a conviction) as long as he or she complies with certain conditions set by the court.
These may be conditions such as:
- The requirement to pay certain fines
- Complete a treatment program
- Attend school
- Work or attend a vocational program
- Avoid the presence of illicit drugs
- Submit to drug testing
If any of the court's conditions are violated, the offender's probation can then be revoked, which means the individual will be convicted (if not already convicted) and sent to jail.
Are You Being Accused of Violating Your Probation?
If so, then your freedom is likely on the line. My name is Mitch Furman, and I am a Chicago criminal defense attorney who can represent you in your probation hearing. In this hearing, I can skillfully present your side of the story and contest any allegations that need to be challenged. If your probation violation charges are based on a simple misunderstanding, I can properly explain this before the court. If your charges are based on a mere moment of weakness or poor judgment on your part, it may still be possible to get the judge to give you another chance. Do not hesitate to call my firm, the Law Offices of Mitch Furman, for strategic criminal defense in your probation violation matter!
Why Hire the Law Offices of Mitch Furman?
When you turn to the Law Offices of Mitch Furman for legal representation, you get the benefit of having more than a decade of experience on your side. I have been practicing law for more than a decade, during which time I have obtained a great deal of trial experience. Throughout my career, I have secured a long list of case wins.
Contact my firm for a dedicated attorney who will fight tirelessly for your freedom and for your rights!