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In the state of California, probation can be given as an alternative to a jail or prison sentence. Because probation is not a "right," but a "privilege," any person assigned a probationary sentence will be required to perform according to the terms of the probationary sentence. If you are a probationer who has been accused of breaching your probationary conditions, you may be wondering what will happen as a result of your alleged violation.

Examples of Probation Violation

Examples of probation violation may include:

  • Failing to appear in court
  • Failing to report to your probation officer
  • Failing to pay a mandatory court fine
  • Failing to adhere to applicable stipulations listed in Proposition 36
  • Failing to request permission from your probation officer to travel out-of-state
  • Being charged with a crime or other offense while serving a probation sentence

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If you have been arrested or falsely accused of violating your probation conditions, you must speak with me as soon as possible. I can provide the defense representation that you need to avoid additional legal fines, extended probation sentences, additional jail time, or even harsher sentences. Don't wait another moment to speak with me, Michael J. LaCilento, Attorney at Law.

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What Happens if You Violate Probation in California?

Probation can be violated in a number of ways. Ultimately, the alleged violation will depend on your unique probationary sentence. Generally speaking, a probation violation refers to the act of violating a term, condition, or circumstance specifically stated in your probation sentence.

If you violate your probation, the following actions may be taken against you:

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  1. You will be asked to appear in court for a probation violation hearing.
  2. The probationary officer, the prosecuting attorney, and the judge will determine if you have in fact violated your probation during your probation violation hearing.
  3. Your probationary officer may request legal penalties to be taken if you have been found in violation of your probation.
  4. If found guilty, you may be sentenced immediately following your probation hearing.

The penalties associated with a probation sentence can widely vary depending on unique circumstances involved with the case. Factors such as first-time offenses could mean lesser penalties. Punishment can range between performing additional community service hours to more serious penalties, such as paying heavy fines to the court or serving time in jail.

"My Goal in Your Case is a Successful Outcome" – Michael J. LaCilento, Attorney at Law

As a seasoned probation violation attorney in Corona, I have helped protect the rights and freedoms of countless individuals throughout Riverside County. I understand that the last thing you want is to face additional criminal charges or life-changing consequences. I strongly believe that my clients deserve a second chance – and I can do whatever is necessary to aggressively fight for your second chance.

Probation violation matters should not be treated lightly. Speak with me right away. Call (951) 335-0088 or request your free case evaluation to get started.

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