Wisconsin Probation Violation Attorney
Wisconsin Probation Violation Lawyer
Under Wisconsin law, if you violate a single provision of the terms of your probation, your probation officer may petition for a probation revocation hearing. If your probation is revoked, you will then return to court for a resentencing hearing. That means that you could be facing the possibility of serving out the rest of your sentence in jail or prison.
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Free consultation about your probation violation and revocation hearing
If you think that you may have violated a term of your probation, don't wait until you are served with a warrant for your arrest. The criminal defense attorneys of Reddin & Singer, L.L.P., can start preparing your probation or parole violation defense immediately. For nearly three decades we have been helping people stay out of jail. We know that you want to remain a productive member of society, rather than serving time in jail. Our experienced trial attorneys know how probation officers prosecute cases, and we know the legal strategies that are often successful at revocation hearings. Even if you know that you violated the terms of your probation or parole, there is always an aggressive defense strategy we can employ to fight to protect your rights and your freedom.
Named one of Wisconsin's Super Lawyers
Contact our offices to discuss your probation violation immediately. We are experienced criminal defense lawyers who are recognized for our integrity and sincere efforts to protect our clients' rights and interests. Senior attorney William Reddin has been named one of Wisconsin's "Super Lawyers" by Milwaukee Magazine and has received the AV rating.*