Accused Of A Probation Violation In Georgia?

Probation is often an attractive option to those who are facing possible prison time. The challenge in accepting a sentence that involves probation is in actually being able to succeed within the program. Too often people are unable to maintain compliance with all of the conditions of their probation.

If you have been accused of violating the terms of your probation, you need to take immediate action to ensure that your rights are respected and that you have the opportunity to fully defend yourself against those allegations.

More Than A Decade Of Experience With Local Probation Officers And Prosecutors

I am Patricia Abbott, a skilled Marietta probation violation lawyer with the Abbott Law Firm, P.C. I have served Cobb and Paulding counties in private practice since 2007. Prior to opening my law firm, I served as an assistant public defender for the city of Atlanta and DeKalb County.

I understand how unsettling it can be to face allegations that you violated your probation. If not handled properly the consequences can be immediate and very serious. When going through such a challenging experience, you need to know that your rights are being protected by an attorney with the skill and experience necessary to help you secure the best possible resolution to your situation. I have substantial experience and understand the nuances of Georgia law.

The Abbott Law Firm, P.C., offers its highly effective criminal defense to those who are charged with violating their probation in any one of the following ways:

  • Failed urinalysis/drug test
  • Failure to participate in drug or alcohol evaluation
  • Failure to report to probation officer
  • Facing new criminal charges

Contact Me, Attorney Patricia Abbott

No one should face charges of having violated his or her probation without skilled representation. No matter what the circumstances are surrounding such allegations, my experience in crafting highly effective defenses can make the difference between you being able to move on with your life and having to deal with the serious and immediate consequences of being found to have violated your probation. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 678-831-0345 or toll free at 800-737-1251 or contact me online.

Credit cards accepted. Payment plans available.