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The Weingart Firm, located in Tempe, AZ, represents clients charged with violation of the terms of probation order in Arizona. These cases typically begin the defendant’s probation officer filing a petition for a bench warrant, which a judge signs, and then local law enforcement executes by making an arrest. If you have been arrested for an alleged violation of the terms of your Arizona probation, contact our experienced Phoenix, AZ criminal defense attorneys at The Weingart Firm in Tempe, AZ today. Mark Weingart has over 35 years of experience practicing law and has the knowledge and expertise required to handle the legal hurdles that you may face as a result of the charges against you stemming from any alleged probation violations.
When a probationer is arrested for an alleged probation violation, they are usually held in custody for 21 days with minimal propect for release during that time. It is during this period that our experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney, Mark Weingart, can negotiate with the probation officer to minimize the risk of new charges being filed against his client. The primary objective of these negotiations is limiting the amount of jail time served to just the 21 days after execution of the bench warrant. Probation violation cases that involve one or more missed appointments with the probation office, failure to take a drug test, or missing violent offender classes can often be resolved while avoiding further consequences, depending on the defendant’s history and record. The Weingart Firm represents clients from all areas of Arizona, including Tempe, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and neighboring areas of Maricopa County.
In other cases, where probation is violated by an arrest for a new offense, the situation and potential consequences are certainly more serious. If the defendant is convicted of the new charge(s), the policy in Maricopa is that the offenders are required to finish the remainder of their original sentence of incarceration, with any additional jail or prison time resulting from a conviction of the new charges to be served after the entirety of the original sentence is completed. At The Weingart Firm in Tempe, AZ, our expert criminal defense attorneys are essential in order to reduce the risk of consecutive sentencing on Arizona probation violations with new criminal charges.
Some of the most common new offenses affecting probationers involve possession of drugs, DUI, weapons offenses, and domestic violence. The vast knowledge and experience of our defense attorneys at The Weingart Firm can provide you with a significant advantage in minimizing the risk of serving consecutive sentences for a violation of the terms of your Arizona probation order. Contact our certified criminal law specialist Mark Weingart can assess your current probation problem and explore alternatives for maintaining your probationary status.
If you have been arrested for an alleged violation of your Arizona probation or if you have been arrested for a new offense while on probation, you need a qualified and experienced defense attorney like Mark Weingart of The Weingart Firm to defend your freedom and to minimize the risks of further consequences such as consecutive sentencing and further incarceration. Our firm serves clients in all areas of Arizona including Tempe, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and nearby areas of Maricopa County. Contact The Weingart Firm for your free consultation with our expert defense attorneys regarding your probation violation case today.