Midlands Probation Violation Attorney
Charged with a Parole or Probation Violation?
Have you been arrested for a parole violation or probation violation in Columbia or elsewhere in South Carolina?
My many years of experience can work in your favor. Whether you are seeking a parole or probation reinstatement, a posting of bond or a plea bargain. Those duties require legal knowledge, negotiating skills and client commitment. You should expect those benefits from a lawyer with almost 15 years of service to criminal defendants.
I work hard to coordinate your case with parole and probation officers. From judges to district attorneys, I have cultivated harmonious working relationships with a variety of authorities throughout South Carolina. You will have an effective, respected force on your side throughout the process.
Parole violation and probation violation legal factors I can address are:
My cooperation with your parole or probation officer can be instrumental in preventing the filing of any violation. If modifications in your parole or probation agreement are in order, I will do everything I can to see them put in place.
I will maintain an informative, respectful dialogue with the judge in your case as well. In a parole or probation violation hearing, prosecutors need not prove your guilt for the criminal charge that originally sent you to jail or prison. Rather, a judge will decide whether you violated your parole or probation.
Quality Legal Representation for People Just Like You Since 1995
If you believe that an outstanding warrant for a parole violation or probations violation exists, or that your probation officer is investigating you, contact my David B. Tarr, LLC law office in Columbia immediately by local 803-753-1824 or toll-free 866-959-4706 phone call.
My phones are answered 24 hours per day. No attorney in South Carolina can match me for around-the-clock, year-round availability.