Defending Yourself Against Probation And Parole Violation Charges
Probation and parole violations are serious and can jeopardize your freedom. At Hirsch Criminal Defense, attorney Matt Hirsch takes probation and parole violations seriously. He works closely with clients to guide them through the legal system from the moment he takes their case until matters are resolved. If you or someone you love are facing a probation or parole violation in DeKalb, Cobb, Fulton or Gwinnett counties, he can answer your questions and help you determine the right criminal defense strategy for your unique situation.
Advantages Of Hiring A Criminal Defense Attorney
Did you know that you have rights even if you’re facing a probation or parole violation? Just like you have rights when you go to trial or enter a guilty plea, you have rights as a probationer or a parolee. You need individualized attention from an attorney skilled at handling probation and parole violations. Attorney Hirsch does not take a cookie-cutter approach to criminal defense. When you are facing the potential loss of your freedom due to an alleged probation or parole violation, you need a criminal defense attorney with experience navigating a revocation hearing.
Maybe you failed a drug or alcohol screen. Perhaps you did not complete your community service. Maybe you missed a reporting date. Maybe you didn’t commit a violation and your probation or parole officer is just plain wrong. Whatever the situation may be, attorney Hirsch is experienced and knowledgeable in ways to defend you against probation and parole violation allegations.
Did you know that the standard of proof on a probation or parole violation is “by a preponderance of the evidence” and not “beyond a reasonable doubt” as it was with the underlying criminal case? The state merely has to show that it is more likely than not that you violated your probation or parole in the manner alleged. That is not a very high burden for the state of Georgia to overcome – meaning that you need skilled representation to combat the allegations and maintain your freedom.
The Goal: Keeping You Out Of Jail
Chances are you are already in custody and someone who loves you is searching for an attorney to represent you on your probation or parole violation. A successful outcome on a probation or parole violation hearing means only one thing — that after the hearing you get to go home to your loved ones. Attorney Hirsch has handled many probation and parole violation hearings in Atlanta and throughout the state, and he is experienced at attacking these types of cases.
An Example Of How Probation And Parole May Work In Assault Cases
Learn more by reading the blog post: The next 10 years of your life after an assault felony.
An Experienced Lawyer Handling Your Probation Violation Legal Issues
Accused of screwing up on probation or parole? Know your rights and fight back. To schedule your initial consultation, use the contact form or call the firm’s Atlanta, Georgia, law office at 404-919-7096.