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Legal Counsel For Probation Violation Concerns

If accused of violating your probation, you are at risk of returning to jail with little to no proof of your offense. In Iowa, the standard of proof for a probation violation is lower than at a trial. If your probation officer or the Department of Corrections even suspects that you have violated the terms of your probation, a judge will likely issue a warrant for your arrest. If you have been accused of violating probation, it is wise to enlist the services of a respected and dedicated attorney who can attend your hearing with you and protect you against going back to jail.

At Carr Law Firm P.L.C. Attorneys at Law, our lawyers are ready to stand by your side to protect your rights during a probation violation hearing. Our firm possesses over 40 years of legal experience both in and out of the courtroom. We know what it takes to effectively defend our clients. Consult with our team today.

Common Accusations Of Violation Of Probation

Accusations of a violation of probation can occur for a variety of reasons, but often include scenarios such as:

  • Failure of a drug test
  • Not meeting with your probation officer
  • Accusations of a new criminal offense

After a judge issues a warrant for your arrest and you are brought to court, you may face consequences, including:

  • Losing a deferred judgment
  • Having your probation revoked and returning to jail or prison to serve the remainder of your sentence
  • Receiving more restrictive conditions on your probation

Our focus is to keep you on probation with conditions that you are realistically able to accomplish.

Reach Our Well-Respected Attorneys Today To Protect Your Rights

Time is of the essence if accused of violating probation. There is no substitute for experienced legal counsel in your corner. Do not risk having more restrictive conditions placed on your probationary terms or returning to jail. Pick up the phone right now and call us at 515-259-1389 to set up your free initial consultation. You may also reach us by email or by completing a secure contact form online. Visit us at our downtown Des Moines location conveniently located in the Plaza Building.