A probation violation occurs when someone who is sentenced to probation violates any of the sanctions imposed upon him or her during the probationary time period. A probation violation is a serious offense and can have severe penalties including jail time.
If you have violated your probation, it is CRUCIAL that you act very quickly to build your defense case. If you are facing probation violation charges, take advantage of our FREE, confidential consultation with an experienced San Diego probation violation lawyer.
We have over 15 years of experience defending probation violation charges, and we’ve helped many San Diego County residents get their charges reduced or even dismissed.
Either way, if you are facing probation charges in San Diego, don’t waste ANY time. Superior Law Center can help you immediately. Call (844) 969-1394 for a FREE confidential consultation.
Superior Law Center’s professional reputation is backed by an impeccable winning track record.
When clients come to Superior Law Center with a probation violation charge, they are given the individual attention and care they need to get through the stressful legal process. ALL of your rights will be protected, and we will NOT stop until we have secured your freedom and gotten you the best possible outcome!
"Eric is very good at being your voice in the field of law. If you need some that is responsible, when it come to taking care of your legal needs. This lawyer has gone the extra mile for me and so has the great people he works with. I thank you."
We also offer little or no money down, and offer affordable payment plans to those who need help. At Superior Law Center, our experienced San Diego trial lawyer will use the best defense strategies possible to protect your innocence and your future! ALL of your rights will be protected immediately, and we will NOT stop until we have secured your freedom and gotten the BEST possible outcome for you or your loved ones.
Often times, we can stop police investigations before you EVER get charged with a crime. (If you have NOT been formally charged, read more about pre-file investigations.)