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Violation of Probation (VOP)


Probation Violations in Utah

Probation in Utah can be given as a form of sentencing for individuals who have committed certain misdemeanor or felony offenses. The period of probation can range from 12 to 36 months, depending on the severity of the offense committed. During this time period, the probationer must abide by certain rules and restrictions, including regular reporting to a probation officer or random drug testing.

Violation of probation can lead to serious consequences including being convicted of the underlying offense, or being sentenced to jail or prison time. Defenses to violation of probation often center around whether the violation was willful and substantial.

If you believe that your probation officer will alleged that you violated your probation, then call today to discuss your legal options with an experienced criminal defense attorney. In certain cases, a felony violation of probation warrant can lead to extradition to Utah if it is alleged that the person is a fugitive from justice.

Salt Lake City Violation of Probation Attorney

Darren Levitt defends individuals who have been charged with felony or misdemeanor violation of probation in Salt Lake County, Box Elder County, Weber County, Cache County, and the surrounding communities. Call (801) 828-2732 to begin exploring your options during a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your violation of probation case in or around Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Levitt Legal, PLLC | Salt Lake City Probation Violation Lawyer

Violation of probation can be a scary offense, especially if you have already started the task of fulfilling any sentence requirements. If you are facing charges of violation of probation, contact Salt Lake City criminal defense attorney Darren Levitt today. He will assess your case and work with you to develop a solid defense strategy before your court hearing. Landing back in front of the judge can be especially difficult on an individual. Make sure that you’re taking the proper precautions to avoid unfortunate outcomes. Call Levitt Legal today.

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