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Probation Violation Consequences in NJ

New Jersey convicts may be granted probation for up to five years. This allows non-custodial arrangements for the remaining length of their sentence. Any “violation of probation" (VOP) will revoke all privileges and the remainder of the sentence will be spent in prison.

Accused of violating probation? Call the Cifrodello Law Offices as soon as possible. You have the right to an attorney. Exercise this right and make sure you are well-protected in the face of these allegations. Our New Jersey probation violation lawyer is experienced, skilled, and completely committed to preserving our clients’ rights and best interests.

Call our offices at (732) 709-7406 for a free review of your case. We serve all of New Jersey and the surrounding communities, including Linden, Summit, Elizabeth, Plainfield, and Cranford.

Types of Probation Violations

If you are on probation, you could face arrest and the full term of your original sentence if you are found guilty of a violation of the court-ordered terms. Rather than face imprisonment, involve an attorney who can ensure you are granted due process and that your rights are protected every step of the way.

Our New Jersey criminal defense attorney is dedicated to protecting your interests if you have been accused of any type of probation violation, such as:

  • Failure to report to your probation officer
  • Failure to perform community service
  • Association with known criminals
  • Failure to find and keep a job
  • Failure to attend court-ordered counseling
  • Drug or alcohol use
  • Possession of a firearm
  • Committing a new crime
  • Failure to pay court-ordered fines and fees

In addition to challenging probation violation allegations to keep you out of prison, we are skilled in negotiating new terms or conditions to help ensure future violations do not occur. We are your voice and advocate in these complex proceedings.

To get started, call the Cifrodello Law Offices at (732) 709-7406.