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Passaic County Probation Violation Attorney

Violation of Probation in New Jersey

Probation in New Jersey can last up to 5 years and during this time it is important to understand the limitations of your freedom. Any violation of probation (VOP) by violating agreed upon court terms, committing more crimes, positive drug tests, and/or missed parole appointments may result in prison time.

However, for someone to be found guilty of violating their parole there must be proof that the individual acted knowingly and that the charges against them are substantial enough to legally punish. A probation violation constitutes the willful and / or substantial violation of the law and / or a violation of ones probationary conditions.

While probation is a wide spread and common legal practice it is important to always remember that in the State of New Jersey, probation is a privilege and not a basic human right. Probation allows the convicted individual to serve the remainder of their sentence while not in prison. The end goal of this is to fully rehabilitate an individual and separate them from their criminal past in a productive way.

Experienced Probation Legal Counsel

Upon a guilty conviction, the parolee in question might have to serve the remainder of their prison sentence and possibly face new charges for any crimes committed while on parole. If you are in need of a defense attorney, David L. Pine, LLC is at your service. We have the aggression and experience you need to help you get your life back on track.

Contact our Passaic County ​​​​​​probation violation attorney today.

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