Probation Violations

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.

Probation Violations

What happens if I receive a probation violation in Maryland?

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.