14Aug, 2012

Probation Violation? A Likely Story
Posted By: Michael Schlossser

Guilford NC Probation VIolation

The Guilford County courts take a very dim view of probation violation. If you remember that kid in school who could never get away with anything because teachers and administrators would never believe the story offered, that’s how judges and probation officers look at offenders who have violated their probation. No matter what reason given, even when it is truthful and legitimate, the response is usually a shake of the head and an implied, “a likely story.” That is why anyone in the Greensboro, NC area who has violated probation, even unintentionally, needs the help of an experienced Guilford County criminal attorney.

Whether it is fair or not, the view of the courts in Guilford County is that if you are on probation, you most likely cannot be trusted. Therefore, if you violate the terms of your probation, it is important that you have a way to convince the courts that it was totally unintentional and that you have a way of preventing the violation from ever happening again. But convincing them can be hard when they are already disinclined to listen due to your past criminal activity. However, they may respond favorably to your Guilford County criminal attorney with whom they have worked and whom they recognize as a trustworthy member of the system.

If you have violated your probation and need the help of a Guilford County criminal attorney.in order to avoid jail time, contact The Law Firm of Schlosser & Pritchett to schedule a consultation with an attorney who will listen to your side of the story with an open mind.

The diligence of an experienced Guilford County criminal attorney provides the level of service necessary to defend you when you need an advocate. The Law Firm of Schlosser & Pritchett will provide the personal attention that you, and your case, merit. For more information, or to schedule a consultation, please call (336) 292-4076 or visit http://www.greensborolawyer.net/