Probation and Parole Violations
Newport Attorneys Defending Against Allegations of Parole and Probation Violations
When you are on probation or parole, any misstep can lead to serious consequences. Even small errors, such as failing to check in with your probation or parole officer, can land you back in jail or prison.
If you find yourself facing the legal system again after being accused of violating probation or parole, call or e-mail our Newport and Harrisburg parole violations attorneys. We have more than 25 years of experience helping our clients through any legal challenges they face.
Before you try to explain what happened to your parole or probation officer, talk to Scaringi Law The officer is not on your side — his or her job is to watch you closely for problems. Our job is to protect your rights and fight for your continued freedom. Whether we defended you against the initial charge or this is your first time contacting us, we are prepared to help you with any legal challenges you face.
Call (717) 775-7195 to Ask About Free Consults Regarding Your Parole Violation
Many people are accused of violating probation or parole for failing a drug test, allegedly committing another crime, missing an appointment with an officer, failing to pay for a fine, or otherwise not following the rules of their probation or parole. Whatever charges you face, we have the talent, knowledge and experience to defend against them.
Our criminal defense lawyers have handled hundreds of probation and parole violation hearings. As former prosecutors, we have a firm understanding of the errors that law enforcement agencies make in these cases and we do everything in our power to exploit them.
- Did your parole/probation officer or law enforcement agency follow the proper procedures?
- Did they follow the rules for searching for and seizing evidence?
- Are there other extenuating circumstances?
Contact Our Millerstown Probation Violation Attorneys
For a consultation about your best options for overcoming probation or parole violation charges in Pennsylvania, contact our Newport and Harrisburg parole violations attorneys.