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Probation Violations

When you are convicted of a crime or have pled guilty with a plea agreement you may be ordered to follow recommendations of probation. Probation is designed to help monitor offenders. Most times if probation is supervised there are conditions that must be met such as treatment programs or community service, etc. While on probation you must be law abiding and have no same or similar offenses. If you are charged with another crime or are accused of violating your conditions of probation your probation may be violated or revoked and you may be facing additional jail time.

If you are charged with a probation violation, Olson Law is the criminal defense law firm who will explain the process and assist you in taking care of these types of violations.

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Chart a Path Through Your Difficulties. Contact us for a free, confidential consultation today: 763-682-4009. Expect a response within 24 hours or less. If you cannot travel to our office, we can come to you. We also offer flexible payment plans.

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