VIOLATION OF PROBATION
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Convictions Regarding Violation of Probation
Probation violations are classified in two categories, substantive and technical violations. A substantive violation is when a person commits a crime during their probation. Committing a crime while on probation can lead to an additional sentence in accompaniment with the previous sentence. Conversely, technical violations are defined as when the rules of a probationary period are not followed. This may involve missing curfew, failing drug tests, using or owning firearms, etc. At Sanabria & Associates, we understand the legal system can be unfair and harsh. Our attorneys work meticulously to gather facts and evidence to support clients throughout the process and secure the most favorable outcome in their cases. If you have questions regarding your case or a general legal inquiry, schedule a free consultation below.