Have You Been Notified That You Violated Your Probation?
Former Prosecutor Diana Aizman has trained police officers on how to testify at hearings and trails.
There are several ways to violate your probation. In every grant of probation, there is the requirement to obey all laws. If you get arrested and you are on probation for another case, the prosecution has the option of filing the new arrest as a separate case, or they can file a probation violation for failing to obey all laws.
Filing a Probation Violation Instead of a New Case
The reason prosecutors file a probation violation instead of a new case in some instances is because the burden of proof is much lower in a probation violation case. The prosecutor only has to prove that it is more likely than not that you violated your probation, and the court can impose additional terms on your probation including jail time.
Hiring the Right Attorney
Whether you violated the terms of your probation by failing to complete obligations or by picking up a new arrest, it is very important to hire the right lawyer to handle your probation violation. The attorneys at the Aizman Law Firm will fight the allegations of the probation violation. We have the knowledge, skill and experience necessary to get the best result possible for you.
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Listen to Diana Weiss Aizman as a guest on KFWB news radio in Los Angeles. Topic: DUI/Drugs.