San Luis Obispo probation violation attorney

Probation Violations

San Luis Obispo Probation Violation Attorney Fighting For Your Freedom 

When you have violated the terms of your probation, you may end up in jail. But with the right defense attorney, you can be sure the judge considers all sides of the story prior to imposing potential punishment. This increases your chances at regaining your freedom sooner rather than later.

Earl E. Conaway, III, A Professional Law Corporation, is a San Luis Obispo law firm. Our attorney has spent his entire professional legal career on the Central Coast of California, fighting for the rights of those who need a second chance. If you or a loved one has violated probation, call us. We will stand up for your rights.

Violation Of Probation 

There are two ways to trigger a probation violation allegation: The first is to commit a new crime; the second is to violate the terms of probation. Among the most common technical infractions are:

  • Failure to report to probation officer or for probation appointments
  • Testing positive for drugs
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Moving without prior approval
  • Failure to hold down a job or stay in school
  • Failure to appear to serve a jail sentence
  • Failure to attend drug or alcohol treatment
  • Failure to make payments for fines or court costs

Free Initial Consultation With Our Lawyer — Talk To Us About Probation 

If you or a loved one is accused of violating probation, do not wait to get arrested. Our lawyer can explain to the judge and district attorney the particulars of your case and maximize your chances of freedom. Call our firm today at 805-546-8797 or contact us online to make an appointment.



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1065 Higuera Street Suite 202, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401


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