Have You Been Accused Of Violating Your Parole In Pennsylvania?
Have you recently been released from prison on parole as a conditional term of your release? If so, you know that there are very specific and strict terms that you must follow, which include reporting to a parole officer, maintaining spotless ethical conduct and laying low.
When you have been accused of or arrested for violating the rules of your parole, it is important that you act quickly to retain legal counsel. There are strict penalties involved if you are found guilty of parole violation, including having to return to prison for the rest of your sentence. When you contact Thompson Law, Scranton criminal defense lawyer William D. Thompson can provide you with the level of legal defense you need on your side.
Is There An Arrest Warrant Out In Your Name?
If law enforcement believes that you have violated your parole, it is vital that you take action to protect your rights. Mr. Thompson is highly knowledgeable and experienced at building defense strategies for accusations of this nature. He understands that you may be feeling very stressed or worried about your future, and he will be there to put your mind at ease.
A few examples of probation violations include:
- Illegal possession of a firearm
- Failure to meet with your probation officer
- Violating an existing protective order
- Making contact with a known criminal
- Failing to notify the probation officer of changes
- Failing to show up for your drug test
- Failing your drug test
Even if you suspect that you may be accused of violating parole, contact Mr. Thompson to get ahead of the charges.
Reach Out Today For An Effective Defense
With nearly 20 years of legal experience, Mr. Thompson has handled a wide range of complex cases of probation violation. he is committed to meeting your needs and helping you obtain positive results for your case.
Contact a Scranton criminal defense lawyer today. Just call 570-846-2819 or submit an online contact form to discuss your case. Se habla español.