Connecticut Probation Violation Defense Attorneys

Hartford, CT Violation of Probation or Parole and Federal Supervised Release Assistance

If you have been arrested for parole or federal supervised release probation violation, you likely have many questions about your rights. Your conditional freedom can be quickly taken away without an effective defense. At the Woolf Law Firm, LLC, we help clients understand probation and parole and defend clients facing charges for probation or parole violations or federal supervised release. Contact our criminal defense law firm for a free initial consultation with Attorney Brian Woolf.

Post Incarceration (State Criminal Justice System)

Individuals serving a state sentence may be granted release from prison followed by a period of probation or may be released followed by a period of Special Parole. Individuals granted release with a period of special parole remain under the jurisdiction of the Board of Pardons and Parole and face easier likelihood of being found in convicted for violation of parole. Individuals facing charges for probation/parole violation do not have a right to a jury trial and the status of proof of "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt" does not apply.

Post Incarceration (Federal Criminal Justice System)

Individuals serving a federal sentence may be granted a period of supervised release from prison. However, individuals who violate the terms and conditions of their Supervised Release will face up to five additional years in prison and do not have a right to a jury trial of these violations.

Prior Arrests and Probation Violation

Once individuals are granted probation release from jail, they must comply with each condition of probation, which may include both "standard" and "special conditions. Failure to report to probation officer, being arrested for crime or failure to comply with other conditions of release will result in charges for probation violation. Once an arrest warrant is signed for probation violation the probationary period has “tolled” it does not resume until the matter is resolved. However, ones conditions of release many times mirrors his/her conditions of probation.

An arrest dated before the person is place on probation, does not constitute violation of probation and will not usually impact release on probation.

Contact a Connecticut Probation Violation Lawyer

If you have been arrested for violation of probation, our East Hartford law firm can help. Contact defense Attorney Brian J. Woolf for a free initial consultation to discuss your case.

We also offer evening and weekend consultations and offer both Flat Fee and Hourly Rate/Retainer plans. We accept all major credit cards - MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.

We are available by appointment during evening and weekend hours, if necessary.
860-290-8690 or 800-923-0557 (Toll-Free)
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East Hartford, CT 06108
Phone: 860-290-8690
Toll Free: 800-923-0557
Fax: 860-290-8697
We are available by appointment during evening and weekend hours, if necessary.

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