Suffolk Probation And Parole Violations
Accused of Violating NY Probation? Contact Us Today!
After being convicted of a crime, a judge may sentence you to a term of
probation. Once you are sentenced to probation, you must abide by all
of its terms or you could again be brought before the judge and sentenced to jail.
In many cases, the court imposes special conditions of probation, such as:
- Participation in alcohol or drug counseling
- Paying restitution
- Performing community service
- Participating in anger management or sexual offender programs
Convincing a judge to not put you in jail once you have been arrested for
violating your probation takes skill, experience, and familiarity with
the styles and personalities of the local judge. If you have been charged
with a violation of probation, you need the immediate help of an
attorney from our firm.
Start your free case evaluation today. Contact us to learn more.
After serving a sentence in New York State prison, the individual will
be released and, for a period of years set by the court, will be subject
to a term of supervision. The period can range from 1 year to 5 years.
This is known as the period of Post Release Supervision. The supervision
is carried out by the New York State Division of Parole. The rules of
conduct for a person on parole are very strict. Even minor offenses, such
as staying out past a curfew, can be the basis for a parole violation.
Once an individual has been arrested for violation of parole, he or she
cannot, under any circumstances, be released from jail until the allegations
are determined at a hearing. Unfortunately, by law, the Division of Parole
does not have to conduct a hearing for up to 90 days. Unless the Division
withdraws the charge, the person will remain in jail for at least 90 days,
even if they win the hearing. Many important decisions must be made immediately
after being arrested for a parole violation; as such, it is important
to immediately hire a smart, experienced, and aggressive
criminal defense attorney to help you make these decisions and protect your future.
Protect Your Future: Contact Us Today
If you’ve been accused of violating the terms and conditions of your
probation or parole, waste no time in securing the aggressive legal defense of
Laurence A. Silverman & Associates.
- We are Long Island criminal defense attorneys who have been aggressively
defending clients for more than 100 combined years.
- Our lead attorney, Mr. Silverman, has appeared before all local judges
to defend clients charged with probation violation and knows their personalities
and individual standards. For parole violation cases, Attorney Lawrence
Silverman is familiar with the current rules and regulations of the New
York State Division of Parole.
- We are very familiar with Long Island drug treatment programs and, if you
have been charged with violating special drug conditions of your probation,
we can help you get screened and accepted into a program. In many cases,
we may be able to convince the judge to give you another chance to succeed
- Our team is intimately familiar with the current rules and regulations
of the New York State Division of Parole. As such, we can offer valuable
advice regarding a parolee's decision to request a Preliminary Hearing.
As experienced Suffolk County criminal defense lawyers, we know how to
find and take advantage of weaknesses in your case.
To contact a Long Island criminal defense lawyer at our firm, click here
or call (631) 238-3008.