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Indiana Probation Violation Consequences

A probation violation occurs when an offender that was placed on probation does something that breaks the terms or conditions of the probation. In Indiana, probation is taken very seriously and because that when probation is violated punishment may result in significant penalties, including:

  • Fines
  • Extended probation
  • Going to jail
  • Receiving all of your backup time

Based on the seriousness and type of probation violation, the penalties you face can vary widely. Violating probation is a serious action, that should never be taken lightly. If you need an Indiana probation violation attorney, call us now at 317-458-9911.

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What Is Probation?

Probation is a sentence imposed by the court as a jail or prison alternative. As part of a probation sentence, an offender is released either to a home, an approved residence, half way house or residential treatment facility. As a condition of release, the offender agrees to abide by certain rules and follow specific guidelines. These guidelines are traditionally referred to as the “conditions of probation.” 

Based on the conviction or plea agreement, the terms of probation can vary greatly. The most common conditions of probation:

  • Reporting monthly to a probation officer
  • Curfew
  • Payment of Court Costs and Restitution
  • Drug Treatment
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Community Service
  • You must not associate with any convicted felon
  • You must not commit any new crimes
  • You must report any interaction with law enforcement
  • You may not change your residence or leave the county without written permission from your probation officer.

If you are sentenced to probation, fortunately, you are allowed to continue to live in the community, as long as you follow the conditions and requirements of your probation. You will be closely supervised by a probation officer, who is tasked to make sure you follow the conditions of your probation. It’s best that during your period of probation, you follow every stipulation as well as keep open communication with your probation officer.

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Brian D. Williams
As a Chicago-area criminal defense attorney, Brian personally handled numerous criminal cases including felony drug and weapon cases as well as misdemeanor traffic, drug, and weapon cases. Afterward, Brian returned to Indianapolis, took and passed the Indiana Bar examination, and was admitted to the Indiana Bar.
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Arrests and criminal charges are among the greatest challenges you will ever face. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, you are likely experiencing stress, confusion, and uncertainty. You may not know where to turn, what your charges mean, and how they will affect you. Your reputation, your job or career, your future, and your freedom may all be at stake. 

At the Law Office of B.D. Williams, we understand the duress of criminal charges and being thrown into a system you may not fully understand. Our mission is to help you at this critical time, to provide the legal support you need, to advise and counsel you on your rights and options, and to see that you are treated fairly throughout the legal process. The State of Indiana has harsh criminal laws and the penalties for a criminal conviction can be quite severe. Even if the charge is relatively minor, you will want to know that your attorney brings competence and commitment to the fight. 

When you retain our services, you can have confidence knowing that our defender has substantial trial experience. Whether you are facing a minor misdemeanor or a more serious felony, your case will be handled with diligence and dedication. 

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