Our firm recently represented a client who was facing his third violation of probation charge, which is a felony offense. He had an outstanding arrest warrant for failing to complete the terms of his probation. The client brought the matter to us at the attorneys at Thomas & Paulk, P.A. set a court date to bring his case in front of a judge before he could be arrested. In court, we were able to demonstrate to the judge that our client had not willfully intended violate his probation and that he was complying with the terms to the best of his ability.
After hearing our arguments, the judge decided to have the charges dismissed and invalidate the warrant for his arrest. The court then went even further, agreeing to an early termination of our client's probation.
If you are aware of an issued warrant for your arrest after failing to comply with your probation terms, contact Thomas & Paulk, P.A. immediately to discuss your options for defense.