Minnesota Probation Violation Defense Lawyers

Probation is a sentence that is imposed by the court when a person is convicted of a crime. Probation is often imposed instead of other penalties, such as jail time. If the defendant successfully completes the probation program, the case will be closed. If he or she violates the terms of probation, however, the judge may revoke probation and impose a stiffer sentence.

If you have been arrested for a probation violation, a judge will decide your future at a probation hearing. It is important to be represented by a skilled criminal defense attorney at your probation hearing.

For a Second Chance, Call Arrested MN: 612.339.5844

An Arrested MN attorney is available to speak with you 24 hours a day, 365 days a week. Our criminal defense lawyers are experienced in probation violation hearings. We regularly negotiate a second and third chance for our clients to complete their probation.

Probation is meant to rehabilitate a person, not punish him or her. Our attorneys work to overcome the problems that may have resulted in the probation violation and/or the original offense. We refer our clients to resources that can help them develop the skills they need to complete their probation successfully and get their lives back on track.

A probation violation can result in the revocation of probation and the imposition of a jail or prison sentence. It doesn’t have to. Call Arrested MN today at 612.339.5844 to discuss your options or contact us by email. From offices in downtown Minneapolis, our juvenile criminal defense lawyers represent clients in the Twin Cities area and throughout Minnesota.

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State v. Bielke County

County: Hennepin Co. (5/2011) Charges: 1st Degree Assault and 3rd Degree Assault Outcome: Jury found Mr. Bielke NOT GUILTY on all charges. The case against Mr. Bielke started after Mr. Bielke’s friends were calling a woman and her group of friends derogatory names in a bar.  The name calling continued out into the parking lot.  […]

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