Probation violations in Statesville, NC are serious offenses that can result in penalties like jail time, significant fines, or added probation time.
When you disobey any term or condition outlined in your probation agreement, you could face serious consequences. For example, you can violate the terms of your probation if you fail to show up in court for a scheduled appointment, if you commit another crime while on probation, if you do not report to your probation officer on a certain date, or if you travel out of state without first receiving your probation officer’s permission.
Since probation violations are considered a serious offense, you need the assistance of a dedicated, experienced attorney. This is where I come in. I have handled many cases having to do with probation violations in the Statesville, North Carolina area and am here to preserve your best legal interests.
Typically, the consequences you face for violating your probation depend on how serious the violation was and whether you have committed any other violations in the past. Depending on these factors, you may have to spend time in jail and/or pay a significant fine. In some cases, the length of your probation may even be extended.
When you turn to me, W. Sloan Goforth, Attorney at Law, I will help you fully understand the potential consequences you face, so you can feel confident moving forward. My main goal will be to either mitigate the charges made against you or help you simply get away with a warning. For more information about probation violations and why you need the assistance of an attorney after violating your probation, give my office a call today.
At the office of W. Sloan Goforth, Attorney at Law, we can help with legal cases regarding probation violations for residents of Statesville, Troutman, Taylorsville, Mocksville, Mooresville, Hickory, Iredell County, Alexander County, and Davie County, North Carolina.