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About Violation of Probation Accusations: "Probation" means a form of community supervision requiring specified contacts with parole and probation officers and other terms and conditions. If an action is committed that is in violation of the terms of probation, the probation may be revoked by the presiding judge, at which time the judge may impose a term of imprisonment for the original crime the individual was convicted for according to the appropriate sentencing guidelines.
A violation of probation may be either a:
Defense of Violation of Probation Accusations: The defense of an allegation of a probation violation depends on if the allegation is a Technical Violation of Probation or a Substantive Violation of Probation. With a Technical Violation our goal is to either prove that the alleged violation was either a paperwork error, an honest oversight, or a violation that was not intentional, thus not warranting a revocation of your probation. In a Substantive Violation the allegation of the a new crime, the new crime must be successfully defended. If found guilty, the probation granted for the original crime may be revoked. If found innocent, at the probation hearing, we must still show the presiding judge that a "preponderance of the evidence" does not exist that the accused may have committed a new crime.
If you require professional legal services regarding Probation Violation Defense or Criminal Defense legal issues, be proactive in protecting your legal rights by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Toledo Probation Violation Defense attorney - lawyer. Contact the Law Offices of Seneca Weirich Harden, LLC by calling 419.509.7537.
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