Weapons, Failed Urine Tests and Other Probation Violations

There are a number of ways to violate the terms of your probation. In some cases, a probation violation may be something as simple as having a single beer or associating with the wrong people.

Regardless of the probation violation, I can provide a vigorous defense on your behalf. As a former prosecutor, I am highly familiar with local courts, state laws and procedural issues that may arise in your case.

Appeals

If you have been convicted of a crime, you have the right to appeal the decision of the trial court to the appropriate court of appeals. By law, there is a limited amount of time in which to file a notice to appeal in order to preserve your rights. Appealing a criminal conviction is arduous, time-consuming and requires an incredible amount of attention to detail.

As a former staff attorney with the Third District Court of Appeals of Ohio, I am highly familiar with reviewing trial records on appeal, writing appellate briefs and presenting oral arguments to the court. Regardless of the criminal conviction, I can use my knowledge and experience as a probation lawyer to assist you in preparing a thorough appeal and protecting your rights.

Learn More About Our Legal Services

To learn more about my legal services, my experience and my practice, please visit my attorney profiles page and my practice areas overview. There you will learn about my education, my experience as a former prosecutor and the types of criminal law cases I handle.

Contact a Parole Attorney in Columbus, Ohio

If you need a parole lawyer to provide a vigorous defense on your behalf at a parole revocation hearing or for an accusation of a probation violation, I can help. To contact my law office in Columbus, Ohio, call 614-232-8890. For online assistance, contact me by e-mail.