Northern Kentucky Probation Violations
If you are on felony or misdemeanor probation in the Commonwealth of Kentucky you are required to abide by the terms and conditions of your probation. When the Commonwealth believes that you have violated the terms of your probation, either the prosecutor or your probation officer are likely to file a motion to revoke your probation. If your probation is revoked you may face the possibility of a maximum prison term for the given crime under the laws of Kentucky in Boone County.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky may move to revoke probation for any of a number of violations including but not limited to failure to report and meet with your probation officer, absconding supervision, failure to pay fines or restitution, failure to complete drug treatment, classes or community service, testing positive for drug or alcohol use, or being convicted with, or in some cases if you were charged with a new misdemeanor or felony criminal offense while on probation.
A motion to revoke your probation or affidavit by your probation officer should always be taken seriously as your future could hinge on the outcome. You need the skill of an experienced attorney to protect your best interests.
If you have been charged with violating the terms of your felony or misdemeanor probation, the attorneys at Greta Hoffman & Associates will investigate and analyze the circumstances surrounding your case and will fight to protect your freedom and your legal rights. Please call or contact us today to schedule an appointment. We serve clients in Boone, Campbell, Gallatin, Grant, and Kenton counties in Kentucky; and, Hamilton and Clermont counties in Ohio.