New York Probation Violation Lawyer
New York Parole Violation Attorneys Focused on Protecting Your Freedom
With Offices in Albany and Schenectady
The conditions of your parole or probation may be so wide-ranging that you do not know or understand them all. In addition, probation and parole officers have been known to make mistakes, jump to conclusions, and even lodge unfounded allegations. If your status and freedom are at risk, please contact us today to discuss your situation and possible defense options.
The Stakes May Be Even Greater Than You Realize
Whatever the basis for a threat to your probation or parole status, it is critical to take the situation seriously. A violation of any condition of your release can expose you to:
- The maximum sentence for your original criminal offense — without credit for the time you spent on probation
- A return to state prison for the remainder of your parole period
You are entitled to a hearing and/or appeal to contest any alleged parole or probation violation. Too many people facing this extremely difficult situation either attempt to handle it on their own or delay seeking counsel from an experienced attorney until it is too late.
Rather than Asking for Mercy, We Will Prepare Your Case
At the Law Office of Mark J. Sacco, PLLC, we understand the laws, procedures, rules of evidence and other policies that apply to parolees and those on probation. Our extensive efforts across many areas of criminal defense, together with our vigorous and diligent approach to protecting our clients, are tremendous assets.
While, the instincts of other less aggressive attorneys may be to simply plead for leniency, we are determined to fully prepare your case. Simply stated, you have too much at stake not to pursue every piece of evidence that may be useful in preserving your freedom.
Fast, Decisive Action May Be Critical
If you have been accused of a probation or parole violation, the wheels of our system may turn quickly. We encourage you to take immediate action aimed at preventing an injustice and avoiding an extremely adverse outcome.
For a free consultation on your case, contact our New York defense firm today.