Anthony Rickman speaks about probation violations and how he can help you get your violation dismissed.
If you are currently on probation and violated your probation and all likelihood a warrant will be issued for your arrest. Certain Counties require these warrants to carry with them no bond which means you will have to remain in custody until you get in front of the judge that originally placed you on probation or in front of a judge who deals with technical violations. It's very important that you contact an attorney when charged the violation of probation, such violation can result in your imprisonment, it can result in jail time or it can result in a continued probation with additional sanctions. To help prevent that from happening it's important that you contact one of our lawyers so we can help you get through this process and get this violation dismissed.