Not paying court ordered restitution is a violation of your contract with the District Attorney’s Office. If you are taken into custody, this signifies that the D.A. wants you to remain in custody until your case has been resolved. If you are arrested but not taken into custody, the D.A. is indicating that you need to take the case more seriously. You are likely being arrested because you have not made payments at all, not made payments in full, or not made payments in a timely manner.→ Read More
Violations of Parole or Probation
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My previous probation officer allowed me to report by phone. What do I do if my new PO sees this as a violation, even though I complied with all of the terms of my probation?
Your first step is to start reporting as your new probation officer wants you to. This will demonstrate that you are actively trying to stay in compliance. To deal with the past phone reporting issues, you should consult with a defense lawyer that specializes in criminal law.→ Read More
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