Probation Violation Defense Lawyers

Probation, parole and supervised release violations can result in significant consequences. Depending on facts and evidence, and the severity of any violation, a judge may revoke a sentence of probation, parole or supervised release, and impose a sentence of imprisonment, fine or other sanction. Fortunately, you have the right to challenge allegations of probation, parole or supervised release violations. You also have the right to legal representation in order to defend the proceeding.

Innovative Legal Strategies • 100 Percent Criminal Defense

At Hale Blau & Saad, a law firm in Raleigh, our probation, parole and supervised release violation defense lawyers excel at developing innovative legal strategies for protecting clients' rights and liberties. Backed by more than 35 years of combined experience, our attorneys are highly knowledgeable in all facets of criminal law in both state and federal courts.

Our lawyers possess extensive, firsthand legal knowledge and insights that arise from having handled thousands of criminal cases.

Attorney Steven Saad, a former Wake County prosecutor, spent two years specifically assigned to misdemeanor and felony probation violations. Let him put that experience to work for you as he helps defend against allegations that you violated your probation.

Defending Clients Facing Violations Of Probation, Federal Supervised Release Or Parole

In handling probation or supervised release, or parole violations, we explore all avenues for developing the strongest possible defense, including:

  • Challenging the government's evidence regarding the violation
  • Determining whether the underlying conditions of probation, parole or supervised release were legally valid
  • Analyzing whether you were sufficiently apprised and made aware of those conditions
  • Presenting compelling arguments for a less severe sanction if revocation occurs
  • Seeking unsuccessful termination of probation so that no additional penalty at all is required and the term of probation expires

Many people do not realize they have the right to an attorney in North Carolina parole hearings. Although parole has been abolished in federal court, some state court offenders who were convicted prior to 1994 remain eligible for parole. Our lawyers provide experienced representation in North Carolina parole hearings. We are also experienced at defending violations of probation and federal supervised release. We work diligently to protect our clients' liberty.

Free Initial Consultation • Contact Our Probation And Parole Hearing Attorneys In Wake County

Call Hale Blau & Saad at 919-805-3364 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys. We offer flexible payment options and will visit clients in jail.

Our office is conveniently located in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, at street-level, at the corner of Martin and Salisbury Streets, 16 West Martin Street, Suite 101, across the street from the Wake County Justice Center.