Probation is an alternative form of sentencing that is available to a judge as a form of punishment in a criminal case. Probation can be levied instead of jail time, or in addition to it. While on probation, an individual has to adhere to specific regulations and report to a probation officer. Failure to do either of those things could result in violation of probation and further punishment.

If you have been charged with being in violation of your probation, you will want to contact a defense attorney right away. A good defense attorney will be able to advise you on the best way to proceed and how you can minimize the damage of the situation. Gregory P. Issacs has defended many probation violation cases and will go to work for you.

Give the office of The Issacs Law Firm a call today at 865-673-4953. We will be happy to provide a free initial consultation and help you to determine the best course of action based on the specifics of your case.