Probation Violation Attorney Seattle

If you have been convicted of a crime in Washington State and probation was part of your sentence, you are responsible for complying with the terms of that probation. The terms of probation are different in every case, and could include periodic reporting to your probation officer, enrolling in a treatment program, not committing new crimes and paying fines or restitution. A violation of any of the terms of probation, even by mistake, carries severe penalties, including imprisonment. If you have been accused of a probation violation, the attorneys at CHUNG, MALHAS & MANTEL, PLLC can help, even if we didn’t handle your original case.

If you have violated probation, or believe that you might have, you will require vigorous and effective legal counsel. Our Firm provides a free consultation to evaluate the charges against you and to explain your legal options available in simple, easy to understand terms. One of our accomplished attorneys will represent you throughout the entire process with the goal of utilizing the best possible strategy to help you to avoid conviction.

A probation violation can trigger one or all of the following penalties:

  • Revocation of probation privileges
  • Extension of the probationary period
  • Substantial monetary fines and court fees
  • Commitment to jail
  • Re-imposition of the original jail/prison sentence
  • Enrollment in a treatment program
  • Community service
  • Loss of driving privileges
  • Monetary restitution paid to victims

If you have been accused of a probation violation, you will need an experienced attorney with the relevant legal skills and knowledge to successfully fight on your behalf. At CHUNG, MALHAS & MANTEL, PLLC our dedicated and personal approach to defending parole violations set us apart from other attorneys. At our firm, we don’t handle cases, we serve clients. If you have been charged with a probation violation, contact our firm at (206) 264-8999 for a consultation.

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