Maryland Probation & Parole Violation Attorney
While a sentence of probation on a serious felony charge is always a good result, it’s easier than you might think to run the risk of a violation that can send you to prison on a suspended sentence.
Parole or Probation Violation Charges in Maryland
We advise and represent people with alleged probation or parole violations of the two most common kinds: an arrest on new charges or a technical violation of the terms of your release. You might have problems of both kinds, which can occur if you’re a passenger in a car pulled over for drunk driving and drugs are found in the vehicle. They might not be yours, but you will likely be charged anyway.
Our goal isn’t so much to defend your interests at a probation or parole violation hearing as it is to avoid the hearing altogether. We work closely with you and the prosecutor to show that the violation shouldn’t justify confinement in a county jail.
Types of Probation or Parole Violations in Maryland
We handle probation and parole violations such as:
- Drug possession
- Illegal weapons charges
- Domestic violence
- Associating with known criminals
- Failed or skipped drug test
- Failure to report to your probation or parole officer
- Juvenile probation problems
- Violations of other conditions of your release
Expand your options for a good result on charges of a parole or probation violation
Contact An McKenzie & Tehrani
Schedule a free consultation with Criminal Defense
Attorneys Joseph McKenzie and Payman Tehrani
with offices in Prince George’s County and Montgomery County.
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