Often when a person has pled guilty or been found guilty of a felony charge, they will be placed on probation. Probation terms can different from person to person but violation of those terms can result in serious consequences such as the revocation of probation and being remanded to prison.
Violations of probation do not always have to result in negative circumstances. A person has rights in a probation violation proceeding. It is important to have an attorney who has successfully handled these situations.
Mr. Thornley has appeared before all three current judges who conduct probation violation hearings. He has assisted clients in remaining out of prison by successfully arguing for the reinstatement of probation in circumstances where the judge has threatened to his clients to prison.
Thornley Law Firm will provide powerful representation in your probation violation matter. Contact us so we can get started right away.