Probation Violation FAQs
Being accused of a crime can be extremely stressful, and you may have many questions. We understand what a bewildering time this can be. The law team at Jimeno & Gray, P.A., has been helping Maryland residents with probation violations for many years. Our extensive track record and experience mean that we have the answers that you seek.
A variety of acts can cause you to receive a probation violation in Maryland, including committing new crimes and association with known criminals. If you have violated the terms of your probation, you are likely wondering what may happen. Here, a lawyer discusses a few of the possibilities for violating your probation in Maryland.
Receive a Warning
Your probation officer may feel that your violation wasn’t that serious, and you may only receive a warning from him or her. A warning is usually the least severe penalty you can receive for a Maryland probation violation.
Go Back to Court
Your probation officer may feel that your probation violation warrants another trip to court for a probation violation hearing. The judge may alter the conditions of your probation, or require you to face harsher penalties, such as fines or jail time.
If you are facing a probation violation in Maryland, you’ll need a lawyer to help defend your rights. The attorneys of Jimeno & Gray, P.A., are experienced in dealing with probation violations and will do all they can to help you get a desirable ruling.
Call us at (410) 590-9401 for more information and help with your case.