Olive Branch Parole And Probation Violations Attorney
When courts grant probation, they require the defendant to agree and adhere to strict guidelines. If you have been granted probation and have been accused of violating the terms of your probation, you run the risk of completing the rest of your sentence in jail.
At the Law Offices of James D. Franks, we represent clients in parole and probation violation matters in DeSoto County and throughout northern Mississippi. Former prosecutor James D. Franks has more than 40 years of experience and a proven record of success obtaining favorable results for our clients.
Mississippi Probation Violation Lawyer
A probation violation can cost you significant time and money, resulting in additional fines and additional probation or incarceration.
Probation violations can include:
- Failing to report to the probation officer
- Failing a drug test
- Committing another crime
- Getting arrested
- Failing to pay fines
- Failing to complete a rehabilitation program
- Possession of a firearm or other weapon
Whatever the circumstances of your case, it is important to proactively communicate with law enforcement officials and to explore your legal options. In some cases, probation violations can be chalked up to mistakes made in good faith or miscommunication between parolee and probation officer. It may be that you didn’t violate your probation at all. In any event, you need to present a compelling case. Attorney James D. Franks can help you do that.
Contact Us · Hernando Parole Violation Attorney
If you have been accused of violating your probation in Mississippi, we are here to provide experienced defense representation. Contact us online or by telephone at 662-298-4296 or toll free at 800-219-0753 to arrange a consultation with a knowledgeable Olive Branch probation violations lawyer.