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Have you or someone you love been accused of violating parole or probation in New Jersey? Do you believe you were not in violation of court orders? If so, an experienced New Jersey parole violation attorney can help you contest the allegations. Even if you have violated parole or probation, our experienced attorneys may be able to get your probation or parole continued and to explain your actions in the best possible light and to explain why you should get another opportunity to continue your probation or parole.
Six of the lawyers at Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A. are Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as Criminal Trial Attorneys. We are recognized statewide for our extraordinary level of experience and legal skill regarding criminal law matters. Our team can help you surpass the parole and probation violations you are facing to prevent you from incurring serious penalties and fines. Contact us today to discuss your case with our attorneys and explore options for your legal defense.
While parole and probation may seem similar on the surface, there are several differences between the two processes. Parole refers to the process of releasing a prisoner (either temporarily for special circumstances or permanently) prior to completing their sentence following good behavior. Probation is granted to those convicted of a “low-risk” criminal offense as an alternative to serving time in prison. Those who complete their probation period without any violations can avoid imprisonment altogether.
The law defines parole/probation violations as breaking the rules signed when paroled from prison or given probation. Those on parole or probation can be held without bail. They can be sent back to prison for violations as simple as the following:
Any of these violations can lead to extended prison sentences and increased financial costs. If you are facing parole/probation violations, a New Jersey parole violation attorney at Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A. can help. With over 120 years of criminal litigation experience, we know the strengths and weaknesses of our adversaries and their cases. We will fight to uphold your rights.
After serving your parole ineligibility period, you are eligible for release. This means that you could serve only a fraction of your sentence. We can help you appear at your best at your parole hearing. Although attorneys cannot attend the hearing, we can help by doing the following:
If you have experienced issues regarding parole or probation violations, Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A. can review your case and determine the best course of action to take depending on your individual circumstances. Schedule a consultation with an experienced New Jersey parole violation attorney at our firm today online or by phone at 877-435-6371.
Don’t let your rights be jeopardized.