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Riverside Probation Violation Lawyer

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Probation is an alternative or adjunct to a jail or prison sentence. Some sentences allow defendants to completely avoid incarceration through completing probation and other requirements. Probation offers others the opportunity to return to the community in a supervised manner after serving a jail sentence. Probation is different from parole, which is conditional release from prison after serving all or part of one's sentence.

If you received probation rather than jail or prison time for a criminal offense, your attorney probably worked very hard to help you retain your freedom. A probation violation once again puts you at risk of incarceration. If you are being accused of violating parole, it is important that you contact a Riverside probation violation attorney at Blumenthal Law Offices immediately.

Initial consultations provided at no cost.

Seeking Alternatives to Jail

A probation violation doesn't automatically mean you are headed for jail or prison.

Our attorneys can negotiate alternatives to incarceration, such as:

  • Extension of probation
  • Participation in substance abuse programs or alcohol treatment
  • Counseling
  • Community service

We can look at the nature and severity of the probation violation. We may argue that you were in substantial compliance with the terms of your sentence, or we can seek to assure the court that you will comply with the remaining terms of your sentence.

Don't Put Your Liberty at Risk – Call (951) 682-5110 Today

Whether you are accused of violating the terms of a formal or informal probation program, you should have an experienced criminal defense attorney advocating in your best interests. To discuss the specifics of your case, please contact Blumenthal Law Offices for a no-charge consultation.

Don’t wait to contact our team today. We’re ready to talk to you.

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