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Probation Violations

If you have been placed on probation as a part of your penalty, the court views this as a benefit to you because you have avoided serving jail time. You are expected to follow the terms of your probation which includes participating in all mandated treatment programs, paying fees & fines in a timely manner, and not getting into any further legal trouble.

Probation Violation or Warrant out for your arrest

Facing your probation violation head-on is very important.

You might be looking at serious legal issues including immediate incarceration and the full penalty of the original crime imposed upon you plus additional  penalties for the probation violation itself. The judge has an opportunity to impose the full sentence that was initially avoided: A warrant  will most likely be issued for your arrest. 

If you are accused of violating your probation in Fort Wayne, Northeast Indiana or Northwest Ohio, seeking legal counsel is the wisest action you can take. Don't risk your freedom! Contact Matt right away.  Matt has a great deal of experience defending probation violation accusations. He has acted on behalf of clients that faced extended jail or prison time.

Once you are accused of a probation violation and you hire Matt, he will move quickly to help you get the matter resolved. No result can be guaranteed, but what is promised is Matt's dedication and hard work for his clients. 

Call Matt for a no-cost case evaluation at (260) 387-6236.

Probation Violation or Warrant out for your arrest


It is important to understand that there are two different types of warrants - arrest and bench warrants. Arrest warrants are much more serious and might result in you doing some real time behind bars. Bench warrants are also serious, but less likely to result in the police tracking you down to throw you in jail.

The very first thing you should do if you have an outstanding warrant is to contact an attorney. An attorney can help you determine the best way to go about resolving your case quickly. Matt has over twenty years' experience defending clients who have dealt with both types of warrants. Whether you reside in Indiana or Ohio, don't hide - be proactive and give Matt a call at (260) 387-6236.

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