Franklin Probation Violations Attorneys
Helping Clients Avoid Additional Penalties in Nashville and Middle Tennessee
Our seasoned criminal defense team at Puryear, Newman & Morton, PLLC understands how difficult it can be to keep your affairs in order after you are released from prison and placed on probation. Various factors can impact your situation and result in a violation of your probation order. Whether it’s an alleged drug test failure or possession of a firearm that has you in hot water for violating probation, we can devise a strong legal strategy to help you avoid serious consequences.
Our law firm has been serving clients charged with probation violation in Franklin, Nashville, and throughout Middle Tennessee for more than two decades. We are familiar with these types of cases and know how to determine whether it’s possible to reduce the severity of the probation violation. Our goal is to keep you out of jail and protect your future, so don’t hesitate to reach out to our legal team today.
What Is Considered a Probation Violation?
Violating your probation can result in arrest with no right to bond, as well as subsequent criminal charges. What is considered a violation will depend on the particular circumstances of your probation order and the discretion of the probation officer assigned to your case.
For example, some probation orders might require individuals to:
- Periodically report to a probation supervisor
- Submit to in-home visits and observation
- Secure suitable employment
- Pay restitution
- Submit to random drug testing
- Perform community service
Common probation violations we handle at our firm include:
- Possession of a firearm
- Testing positive for illegal drugs
- Associating with known felons
- Failing to pay required fines
- Failing to report to a scheduled meeting with a probation officer
- Failing to serve community service hours
Customized Legal Strategies for Fighting Probation Violation Allegations
If you have been working hard to follow your probation orders but are now facing charges for an alleged probation violation, then you need a team of reliable criminal defense attorneys who will vigorously fight to represent your best interests. Our esteemed criminal defense attorneys have a stellar reputation for working collaboratively with probation officers and the court system to reach favorable resolutions in these matters. Contact us today so we can discuss your case details and determine the best course of action.
To request your case consultation with Puryear, Newman & Morton, PLLC, please call us today at (615) 933-2366 to speak to a lawyer at our firm. We serve clients throughout Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
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With his expertise and the help of the Puryear, Newman & Morton firm, they did exactly that and I am extremely grateful to him and his firm.- Keith S.
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Our firm has been serving the people of Franklin for over 20 years and have an excellent reputation within the community.