Probation And Parole Violations Can Have Severe Repercussions

Whether you avoided jail time by accepting probation or were granted parole during your sentence, you've been on the path to moving on from what has most likely been a difficult time during your life.

Don't risk it all by denying yourself experienced legal help now that you've been accused of violating the terms of your probation or parole. At McSweeney Moore Law Offices, we treat parole and probation cases as seriously as those involving straightforward criminal charges. We know that our clients have a lot on the line when they face revocation of their probation or parole, and more than ever need sharp defense counsel to help keep them on the right track. No matter what your situation is, if you need legal help in Cook County or surrounding parts of Illinois, our firm is here to help.

Legal help is only a phone call away. Call 708-568-0474 now for a consultation with an attorney.

We Can Help Keep You On The Path To A New Beginning

Probation and parole violation cases typically fall into one of two categories. The first involves someone who fails to meet procedural terms, such as attending substance abuse treatment, keeping a job or reporting as required to a probation officer. The second involves someone who is accused of committing a new criminal offense.

These cases require a combination of extensive case preparation and persuasive tactics to successfully convince a judge that a client should be allowed to continue in their rehabilitation. Cases involving procedural violations can often be resolved through careful negotiation with probation officers and judges, while those involving new crime allegations are served with our successful trial experience.

If you want to avoid falling back into the trap of the criminal justice system, we can find a way to help. Contact our Cook County firm by email or call 708-568-0474 now to speak with one of our probation and parole violations lawyers.