Parole Probation Violation

Long Beach Parole and Probation Violation Attorney

At McCready Law Group, we have more than 10 years’ experience working diligently to protect the rights of parolees and probationers who have been accused of violating the terms of their Probation or Parole. A knowledgeable Criminal Defense Attorney certified by the Board of Legal Specialization as a Criminal Law Specialist, Mr. McCready has helped numerous clients who are facing additional jail or prison time for alleged Probation or Parole Violations, Lawyer Zachary McCready possesses the skills and experience required to help you resolve these matters. If you have been placed under arrest for a Parole or Probation Violation, you need intelligent and highly proficient legal counsel immediately due to mandatory incarceration pending a court hearing, as well as stiffer penalties and extended jail or prison sentences. We offer private investigation services to help with your defense. Please call Long Beach Parole and Probation Violation Attorney Zack McCready at 562-222-5630 to schedule an appointment for a free, personal consultation with one of the area’s leading Criminal Defense Lawyers. Mr. McCready knows that the stakes are incredibly high in these matters and will thoroughly discuss and review the facts leading to your alleged Parole or Probation Violation. During your consultation, Attorney Zachary McCready will provide you with an honest, up-front legal case analysis. Working together, Mr. McCready will work zealously to determine the most favorable approach to handling your case.

Lawyer Zack McCready – Long Beach Parole & Probation Violation Lawyer

Should you fail to fully comply with the terms of your Parole or Probation, you are opening yourself up to much harsher penalties and fines. At McCready& Associates, we provide proficient legal counsel and representation to those who stand accused of engaging in activity which could result in a Parole or Probation Violation. In addition to the terms set forth as a condition of your release from incarceration, engaging in any of the following may result in revocation of your Probation or Parole:

  • Cultivation of Drugs
  • Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
  • Driving Under the Influence of Drugs
  • Drug Trafficking
  • Failure to Appear in Court
  • Failure to Make Court Ordered Restitution
  • Failure to Pay Court-Ordered Fines
  • Possession of a Firearm
  • Possession of Illegal Drugs
  • Refusal or Failure to Check in with the Probation Department / Probation Officer
  • Refusal or Failure to Check in with your Parole Officer
  • Refusing Entry into your Legal Residence
  • Subsequent Arrest for the Alleged Commission of an Additional Crime
  • Wrongful Possession of Prescription Drugs

The above serves merely as an example of circumstances that may lead to a Probation or Parole Violation. It is not designed to be a comprehensive list of actions that could lead to reincarceration or incarceration if you were placed on probation in lieu of serving time in jail. While something that seems as harmless or simple as missing a single appointment may not automatically lead to a violation, it could result in such. Due to the potential for the imposition of stricter penalties, if you have been placed under arrest for the alleged commission of a Parole Violation or a Probation Violation, it is imperative that you retain the best legal counsel possible.

Call Long Beach Parole & Probation Violation Attorney Zachary McCready Today for a Free Consultation

Long Beach Parole & Probation Violation Lawyer Zachary McCready has been devoted to providing ardent and effective legal representation to clients throughout the region for more than 10 years. If you or someone you love has been picked up by the police and is currently incarcerated pending a violation hearing, please complete our Criminal Defense Case Evaluation Form. Mr. McCready will contact you as soon as he has reviewed the information provided and will obtain additional facts as necessary. He will also schedule an appointment to meet in person for a free, comprehensive consultation. For immediate assistance, contact McCready Law Group today by calling 562-222-5630 to speak directly to Long Beach Parole & Probation Violation Attorney Zack McCready to obtain answers to all of your questions. Located in Long Beach, McCready& Associates also has additional office locations in Orange County so he can best serve the needs of clients throughout Southern California. Contact us to learn how we can help you meet your objectives and retain your freedom.