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Hanford Probation Violation Attorney | Lemoore Criminal Defense Lawyer

California law defines probation as a type of supervisory sentence than may be imposed instead of (or in addition to) imprisonment. It is designed to test the transition of convicted offenders into law-abiding citizens. Probation usually requires the offender to follow a strict set of terms and conditions set by the court, including supervision by a probation officer. Conditions of probation may also include community service requirements, mandated counseling, random drug testing, and regular appointments with the probation officer. Failure to abide by the terms and conditions of your probation may result in a revoking of your probation or even a jail sentence that exceeds the original sentence.

What can cause a probation violation?

There are many types of probation violations. They can include:

If you are in violation of your probation, it is imperative that you secure an aggressive defense lawyer as soon as possible. Casey D. Martin can fight to defend you.

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  • Casey D. Martin, Kings County Attorney at Law provides legal advice and representation for people throughout Visalia, Porterville, Hanford, and Lemoore, CA. Casey D. Martin maintains a strong reputation as an aggressive attorney who will fight for you, specifically in the fields of criminal law, family law, and civil law and is also one of the only attorneys in the Central Valley with a thorough comprehension of the Indian Welfare and Child Act. If you or a loved one needs help with an ICWA related matter, or is seeking counsel from an experienced Visalia or Porterville Lawyer please call 559-816-3315 for a confidential consultation, our office is located in Historic Down Visalia. PLEASE NOTE: The information on this Tulare & Kings County Attorney at Law website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this website or associated pages, documents, comments, answers, emails, or other communications should be taken as legal advice for any individual legal case or situation. The information on this website is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing of this information does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.

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