Our criminal defense law firm helped a client who was charged with a violation of felony probation after allegedly being out past his curfew. Our client had been on probation for multiple drug-related charges, such as felony delivery and possession. He had also been charged with a failure to file sales tax refunds. As this was the third time that our client had been charged with a probation violation, he was facing serious consequences—including a 24-month prison sentence. When we took on the case, we were able to argue that our client had not violated his probation willfully or substantially, and that based on the circumstances that our client deserves to be given the opportunity to complete his probation. The judge agreed.