Charged with Failure to Comply?
Columbus Failure to Comply Defense Lawyer
If you do not comply with the terms of your probation, you are in serious trouble. Probation terms can include fines, community service, alcohol or drug rehabilitation programs, or restitution to victims. When an individual on probation fails to comply with any aspect of the probation terms, it is likely that you will be arrested and put in jail, awaiting a hearing regarding the matter. The judge in some cases considers this "contempt of court" so irresponsible that they will give you the full jail term that you initially avoided by being put on probation, and they have the right to do so. In fact, you can have a longer jail or prison term, as you now have the added charged related to your failure to comply. This is a dangerous situation and requires the immediate assistance of a Columbus failure to comply defense lawyer from Koffel Law Firm.
Failure to Comply Defense Attorney in Columbus
This serious legal situation demands fast defense action to avoid serious repercussions. You could be put in jail on an immediate basis and will be facing further penalties including the full sentence that you had avoided through probation. A criminal defense lawyer from Koffel Law Firm will get into action at once with efforts for your defense. The situation is grim and must be addressed at once. The firm will fight to resolve the matter with all of the legal arsenal at their command.
The lawyers at the firm have extensive knowledge and understanding about this type of matter, and can act quickly and effectively to fight for the client and help to avoid the damage that can result from the charge. A bench warrant must be quickly handled, or you can be picked up at any time, any place, and face not only embarrassment and humiliation, but also could be forced to spend weeks, or in some cases months or years in jail or prison. Act quickly and contact Koffel Law Firm before the situation gets further out of control.
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