Probation and Parole Revocation
If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense, at Michael A. Johnson and Associates in Chicago, we do all that we can to help minimize the charges and potential jail sentence by adjusting the sentence to a parole or probation process.
There are many ways violate a probation or parole, such as:
- Not regularly checking in with the assigned probation or parole officer
- Failure to complete community service responsibilities
- Failing a drug test or failing to submit a required drug test or failure to attend drug and alcohol classes
- Not showing up to court
- Failure to pay files or restitution
- Committing another crime or misdemeanor
Our firm has experience representing clients that have violated their parole or probation and we will provide a strong defense for your case. If you’re looking for representation in Chicago, contact Michael A. Johnson and Associates by calling 312-222-0660 to schedule a consultation with a Chicago Probation and Parole Revocation attorney.
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