Representation At Probation And Supervised Release Revocation Hearings
If a client is not sentenced to prison, then she is normally ordered to complete a term of probation. If a term of imprisonment is imposed, then the client will be ordered to complete a term of supervised release after she is released from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Violations of both of these forms of court supervision can be of technical violations (e.g., absconding from supervision, dropping dirty urine specimens, or failing to pay fines and restitution) or new law violations (e.g., having new criminal charges filed or new convictions entered).
Our firm is very skilled at critically examining these revocation petitions to ensure the alleged violations are properly graded and the sentencing options for the district court are properly presented. Our firm also provides effective representation at revocation hearings to ensure that our clients’ rights are protected.