Probation Violation Representation


Your Rights

If you have been charged with a violation of probation you have the right to an evidentiary hearing on the matter.  The prosecution has the burden of bringing forth witnesses that can prove by a preponderance of the evidence that you violated your terms of probation.  You have the right to

  1. Cross examine witnesses testifying against you.
  2. Force your witnesses to come to court.
  3. Have an attorney at every stage of the process.

Probation Hearings

Probation is an agreement between the court and the defendant whereby the court suspends the defendant’s jail or prison sentence in exchange for the defendant meeting certain conditions for a period of time.  The defendant is placed on probation and if he or she does not comply with the agreement the court will hold a probation violation hearing to determine the resolution.  We successfully represent people in probation revocation hearings and have commonly achieved great results in this stage of a case.  Call us immediately if you or a loved one are being accused of violating your probation.

Learn More

If you or a loved one are facing a probation violation, contact our law office today at 619-708-2073 for a free and confidential consultation on your case.  Or fill out a “Request a Free Consultation” form on our website and an experienced criminal attorney will call you back to discuss your case.


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Scott Hullinger, Esq.

Scott Hullinger, Esq.

Criminal and Civil Attorney