Santa Rosa Probation Violation Lawyer
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If you are facing jail time or other penalties for violating your probation, it is crucial that you talk with a legal professional right away. As an experienced probation violation lawyer in Santa Rosa, I can provide the counsel and support you need to protect your rights during this time. My name is Joseph Bisbiglia, and I am the founding attorney at The Law Office of Joe Bisbiglia. I have years of criminal defense experience and know how to navigate probation violation matters.
When you work with my firm, you get the following benefits:
- Insight from numerous jury trials
- 1,000+ cases under my belt
- Phone consultations
- Over a decade of criminal law experience
Whether you made a simple mistake or have been wrongfully accused, you can count on my firm to clear your name and maintain your reputation. I will go above and beyond to ensure that my clients do not deal with serious penalties and consequences.
Why wait a moment longer to retain trusted counsel?
Contact my firm today to get started.
Did I really violate my probation?
While people are informed of the requirements and restrictions involved in their probation, many don’t even realize it when they have committed a violation.
Some of the most common examples of probation violations include:
- Failing to pay fines or restitution by a due date
- Traveling out of state despite restriction and without permission
- Violating a restraining order filed against you
- Illegal drug activity regardless of whether you were convicted of a drug crime
- Getting arrested for another crime
- Not showing up for a scheduled court appearance
- Possession of a firearm
- Refusing or failing to report to a probation officer
If you are arrested for any of the above violations or have been charged with any other type of infraction, make sure you reach out to my firm as soon as possible. I can put my years of experience and insight to work for your probation violation case today.
Contact My Firm for Counsel
If you live in Santa Rosa or the surrounding area and have been accused of violating the terms of your probation, I can help you. Maybe you didn’t know that the terms of your probation included certain rules or maybe you were not aware that you were violating your probation when you made certain choices.
Call The Law Office of Joe Bisbiglia today to retain the representation and defense you need to fight your probation violation charges.
I am innocent—do I still need a criminal defense attorney?Yes! If you have been arrested there is a chance you may be convicted, even if you truly did nothing wrong. Having a Santa Rosa criminal defense attorney from The Law Office of Joe Bisbiglia on your side can aggressively fight to protect you from false charges. An experienced attorney can make all the difference when standing up for you so your choice of representation is a very important one.
What is the difference between probation and parole?Parole takes place after a person has spent time in prison, whereas probation may be used as an actual alternative criminal sentence. Parole is usually used to monitor a person who has been released from jail. Probation is a criminal sentence for those convicted of lesser offenses.
How does the prosecution determine the charges I will face?The prosecution will look to convict you on charges they feel have sufficient evidence for a conviction. A case will typically be dropped if the prosecution feels that there is not enough evidence to reach a conviction. What constitutes enough evidence to the prosecutor is up to their discretion.
What is a grand jury?Grand juries are made up of individuals used to determine if enough evidence exists in order to take a case to trial. A grand jury will use witness testimony, documentation, and other evidence in reaching its determination. The grand jury will decide whether the case will go to trial in the end.
Will I be arrested for refusing to give police a statement?Exercising you right to silence cannot be used against you. You are protected from testifying against yourself by the Fifth Amendment. If a police officer is trying to intimidate you into giving a statement, get in touch with a criminal defense attorney immediately.
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