Probation Violation Attorney in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

In some ways, probation can be both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, you get to remain out of jail or prison and can live somewhere that is more comfortable to you. While there may be some limitations, you are able to live your life more freely. But...you are still under the strict supervision of the courts and any mishaps can result in harsh consequences.

If you find yourself in a position where you have been accused of violating the terms and conditions of your probation,, it is of the utmost importance to know your rights. As your criminal defense attorney, I will advocate on your behalf and strive to prevent you from facing further repercussions. Contact me at The Law Offices of John Della Rocca today and schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. I am located in Philadelphia but extend my services to the areas of Delaware County, Montgomery County, Bucks County, and Chester County, Pennsylvania, as well as communities throughout New Jersey.

Types of Probation Violations in Pennsylvania

There are two types of probation violations in the state of Philidelphia:

  1. Technical violations - you broke the terms of your probation agreement.
  2. Direct of Substantive violations - you get charged with another crime while on probation.
If you have been accused of violating your parole or have been charged with a crime in Philadelphia, reach out to me immediately and let me remedy the situation. I have nearly 30 years of experience as a criminal attorney. Criminal charges and probation violations are time-sensitive matters. That is why I make myself readily available to you when you are in need of representation or advice. I also provide various payment options to appease your specific needs and I defend clients facing a variety of charges such as theft, assault, sex crimes, DUIs, and more.

Please allow me to utilize my knowledge and passion for your case. Get in touch with me today at The Law Offices of John Della Rocca in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and schedule a complimentary meeting. Call now!

Common Technical Probation Violations

There are a few violations that are common in Philadelphia. In some cases, they can be deliberate, but in others, they are simple mistakes. Some common violations include:

Failing to contact or report to your probation officer

  • Failing to pay fines
  • Failing a drug test
  • Moving houses/apartments without notifying your officer
  • Quitting school or your job
  • Failing to complete court-ordered counseling such as drug or alcohol-related programs
Just because you have been convicted of another crime does not mean you have no rights. When facing accusations of probation violations, you should contact me immediately and hire me as your criminal attorney so that I can swiftly put this matter in the past. Do not face these challenges alone as they can result in serious consequences. Get in touch with me today in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and let's talk about your probation agreement.

Consequences of Probation Violations

If it has been proven that you have violated the terms of your probation agreement, you could be forced to endure some harsh penalties, such as:

  • Probation revoked; forced to serve the maximum prison sentence
  • Increase your probation period
  • Community service
  • Mandated to enter a drug or alcohol rehabilitation facility
  • Make your probation limitations more strict
With a reliable criminal attorney at your side, you can lessen your chances of receiving an unfair penalty. I will stand up for your rights and fight for your best outcome.

Facing probation violation charges? Contact my firm today to get set up with a free consultation.

Probation Violation Attorney in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

I'm committed to helping those accused of crimes secure fair resolutions. Probation violations can result in you receiving a stricter punishment than you deserve and I want to help you avoid that. Contact me at The Law Offices of John Della Rocca in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and schedule a free consultation. I also defend those facing charges in Delaware County, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Chester County, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.


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