Probation is handled strictly at the state level. It involves having probation revoked because of alleged probation violations like a positive drug screen, or it can concern probation reinstatement once you find yourself back in jail or are facing additional jail time. Probation violations are often difficult cases to handle because the burden of proof is upon you to show that you are innocent.
In either circumstance, Carl E. Cornwell Attorney at Law can help you. As an experienced attorney, Carl Cornwell can represent you at probation hearings and speak directly to the probation officer to negotiate for a better deal. He can straighten out the record of what happened and make certain you do not face unnecessary jail time due to misunderstandings. Even in instances where probation violations did occur, he can make the case for you as to why probation should not be revoked or be reinstated.
Offering Creative Solutions To Your Probation Difficulty
Carl Cornwell has found that many probation issues can be resolved by creative thinking and perseverance. In the face of requests being denied, it’s easy to become resigned to the situation and quit pursuing measures to have your probation reinstated. It needs to be remembered that conditions surrounding probation are not set in stone and that mistakes are often made when probation is revoked.
Besides providing you legal representation pertaining to any probation hearing or meeting, Carl Cornwell will also provide you with guidance on how to avoid further difficulties. Waiting around for probation officers to change their minds is a mistake. Instead, actions can be taken proactively that will demonstrate you are a good candidate for probation. As a lawyer who has represented individuals in similar circumstances on many occasions, it makes sense to allow Carl Cornwell to tell you what to do and how your situation should be handled.
Contacting An Experienced Probation Attorney
Carl E. Cornwell Attorney at Law can be reached at its Olathe, Kansas, office by calling 913-712-0459.