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Probation Violation


Among crimes, a probation violation is more likely to result from a misunderstanding or simple mistake. Missing an appointment with your officer, failing to reach community service hours, or leaving an area are not malicious or ill-conceived but will give your probation officer considerable authority over you.

If you've been asked to report to court due to an alleged probation violation, it is because your probation officer has reported you to the judge. You will need an experienced defense lawyer on your side.

Hearings like yours are why people call experienced criminal defense litigators. You need an experienced litigator, not an inexperienced lawyer or ‘bargain' lawyer. You need a seasoned lawyer who has spent his entire career speaking before judges and addressing courtrooms. Mr. Judkins is a distinguished and respected defense attorney for that reason. He is a true litigator due to his professionalism, dedication, and compassion for his client.


You need an experienced criminal attorney in your corner now because probation violations carry steep penalties including serving the entire sentence for the crime on which you were placed on probation. Our attorney has represented numerous individuals charged with misdemeanors and felonies at all levels, so our firm knows what prosecutors and judges are looking for.

The second reason is that Mr. Judkins is at rue advocate. He listens and understands his client's life experiences and their wishes and how to communicate with them. The attorney-client relationship is a team: his clients provide the facts, the story, and the experience and emotions, and he provides the skill and the voice. Mr. Judkins view's every case as the most important case in the world because it is to his client.

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