Experienced Hastings Attorney For The Defense Of Probation Violations

Probation is always an attractive option compared to jail. However, many people underestimate how difficult it can be to successfully complete the conditions of probation that they will have to live under.

The conditions of probation can be very difficult to complete. Your probation officer may be less than willing to work with you on issues that require understanding and compassion. There are many ways that a person can violate their probation, including:

  • Dirty UA (urine analysis)
  • Failure to complete alcohol or drug treatment
  • Being charged with another crime
  • Failure to make restitution
  • Failure to meet with probation
  • Failure to report address changes
  • Failure to maintain employment

A simple mistake can easily cause someone to get kicked off probation and sent on their way to jail. Having skilled representation to defend you against allegations of having violated your probation can make all the difference.

A Former Prosecutor Now Working To Protect The Rights Of Defendants

At Markert Law, PLLC, we understand the probation process and how to make it work for our clients. Violating the terms of your probation does not have to mean going to jail. There are intermediate steps that can help keep you on probation. Jail is a last resort in most cases. Attorney William Markert Jr. has extensive experience as a former prosecutor that he relies on to help his clients fight probation violation allegations. For four years he was an assistant city attorney for Rosemount and Hastings. His experience and skill can help you fight to stay on probation.

Contact Our Criminal Defense Lawyer If You Have Been Accused Of A Parole Violation In Dakota County

Allegations of having violated your probation do not have to mean a trip to jail. Markert Law, PLLC, is there to help when it's needed. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 651-964-6415 or contact us online. With a law office in Hastings, we provide skilled legal representation to people throughout southeastern Minnesota.