In order to successfully defend a probation violation in Arizona, you must be proactive and demonstrate that you take the court’s authority seriously. Some courts are not very lenient with people who disregard the terms and conditions of their probation. As a result, you must show that you regret your actions, and that you respect the judge’s orders.
When probationers demonstrate feelings of genuine remorse for their actions, they may compel a judge to give them a second chance. Therefore, you should retain a criminal defense attorney who believes in your ability to change, and understands how to demonstrate your capacity to succeed moving forward. In addition, a creative criminal defense lawyer may even be able to reduce or eliminate a potential consequence or jail sentence. There are also many judges in Arizona who are willing to try and find an alternative to sending violators back to jail.
JacksonWhite’scriminal defense attorney, Jeremy Geigle has a wealth of experience to offer individuals facing criminal charges in Arizona. Jeremy is a knowledgeable probation defense attorney who understands Arizona’s criminal justice system. To have your case assessed by Jeremy during a free criminal consultation, contact JacksonWhite’s criminal defense team. Call (480) 818-9943 to schedule your consultation with Jeremy at JacksonWhite’s Mesa or Peoria offices.