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Probation Revocations

Violating probation can lead to a variety of additional criminal penalties including steep fines, extended terms of probation or even jail time. If you are on probation, then you may have already been convicted of a crime, or are on a deferred judgment and you will not have the same legal rights at a probation revocation hearing that defendants have in any other criminal proceeding.

Probation violations can be serious and it is critical that you retain a skilled criminal attorney to ensure that your rights are protected

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Jessica
Lasky

Director of Criminal Litigation

Colorado Springs

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