Probation And Parole Violation Attorney In Marshall County
When on probation or parole, you will be closely monitored. One misstep and you risk having your probation revoked and prison sentence reinstated.
Located in Benton, I, Don Thomas, Attorney At Law, help clients in Marshall County and throughout western Kentucky defend themselves during probation revocation hearings, preserve their parole status and avoid prison.
Defending Clients During Probation Or Parole Violation Hearings
Probation, or parole, allows individuals who have been convicted of crimes to avoid jail and remain in their communities. However, probation often carries strict requirements. Typical probation terms include:
- Meeting with your parole or probation officer (PO)
- Avoiding certain people or places
- Refraining from drug or alcohol use
- Drug or alcohol testing
- Appearing in court at set times
- Paying fines
- Obeying all laws
If you are accused of violating any of the terms of your probation, or of committing a crime while on parole, your probation may be revoked and you may be sent to jail. It is important to have an experienced attorney representing your interests during both preliminary and final revocation hearings.
I am Don Thomas, Attorney At Law. I help clients defeat probation violation accusations and maintain their probation or parole status.
I don’t wait until the revocation hearing to begin my clients’ defense. I work directly with POs to negotiate sanctions, enroll clients in treatment facilities, or agree to additional parole terms to prevent revocations and keep my clients out of jail.
If POs refuse to agree to sanctions and proceed with revocation hearings, I provide the strong, aggressive representation clients need during preliminary and final revocation hearings. I am known for my aggressive stance in the courtroom. These skills translate well to revocation hearings. I use every tool in my arsenal to keep my clients out of jail and reinstate their probation.
Contact Marshall County Parole Defense Attorney Don Thomas
If you’ve been accused of violating the terms of your parole, you future is on the line. Contact me, Benton probation violation lawyer Don Thomas, at 270-406-6171, 270-527-2425 or 866-289-0518 for a free consultation. I will do everything in my power to preserve your parole and keep you out of prison. If Don is not available, please ask for my paralegal.