Attorney Richard C. Bock Helps You Avoid Probation and Parole Violations
Tucson attorney fights to prevent your probation and supervised release from being revoked
State courts throughout the country offer offenders probation as an alternative to jail, and federal courts allow supervised release as a way for offenders to reduce their prison sentences. However, with these privileges come responsibilities such as counseling, mandatory checkups, and refraining from drugs, alcohol and firearms. Failure to comply with these requirements can lead to (more) jail or prison time if the probation officer can show by a preponderance of the evidence that you are likely to have violated the rules. Tucson probation violations attorney Richard C. Bock has handled various probation revocation cases in state court and Petitions to Revoke Supervised Release in federal court. Some of the reasons for violations include:
- Failure to pay fines
- Failure to pay restitution to victims
- Failure to timely enroll in or complete rehabilitation classes or community service
- New criminal charges
- Associating with known criminals
- Failing a urine exam
- Possessing a firearm
We strive to protect you from further punishment by keeping your current probation terms intact
The terms of probation and supervised release are restrictive, and failure to abide by them can result in jail time, more probation and reinstatement of your original charges. For probation violations, you can be sentenced to any amount of incarceration that you were originally facing for the charge that landed you on probation in the first place. Tucson attorney Richard C. Bock aggressively defends against Petitions to Revoke Supervised Release and probation violation charges in Arizona. Mr. Bock fights to keep your current probation and supervised release terms intact, avoiding additional terms and more intensive probation.
Arizona attorney determined to keep you out of jail and away from more trouble
Violating the terms of probation and supervised release can ruin all the progress you have made since being sentenced. Experienced defense lawyer Richard C. Bock stands up for you in court to get you a second chance under the same terms you are currently under. Mr. Bock also handles commutation claims seeking relief from a sentence, generally in the form of a sentence reduction or modification. By having our AV-rated criminal law attorney at your side, you can rest assured that your future is in safe hands.
Contact the Law Offices of Richard C. Bock today to avoid probation violations and further charges
A probation violation can lead to more jail time and reinstatement of your original charges. By contacting criminal attorney Richard C. Bock, you will have your best interests protected by a trained professional who is accustomed to working with probation officers and courts for the best possible outcome. Our law offices are located in Tucson, and we serve counties throughout southern Arizona. Email us online or call today to set up a free initial consultation during the week, on evenings or weekends. Our answering service is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, and we available to serve the Spanish-speaking community.