Facing a parole or probation violation?
You served your time, and you were released. Now a parole or probation violation threatens to send you back to prison for the remainder of your sentence. Adding insult to injury, if you violate parole or probation, you will likely have your sentence increased as a penalty for the violation itself. You don’t want to lose your freedom again, so you need to work with a criminal defense attorney who specializes in probation and parole violations.
Specializing in Probation and Parole Violations
Mooney Law criminal defense attorneys have a proven record of success with parole and probation violations. We have experience handling cases that include:
Since the stakes are equally high with a parole violation as they are with the initial criminal charge, you need to partner with an expert criminal defense attorney. The criminal defense attorneys of Mooney Law can educate you on your violation, collect the facts, and mount a successful defense.
We often demonstrate your parole violation or probation violation as a misunderstanding of the terms or a miscommunication with your parole officer — not a criminal act. In addition, we have a history of successfully negotiating an alternative penalty rather than a return to prison. When you partner with the criminal defense experts of Mooney Law, we exercise every option to keep you out of prison.