Experience Handling Probation And Parole Violations

The law office of Anaya-McKedy, P.C., is skilled at "fixing" probation and parole violations. Our experienced attorney uses his negotiating skills and insights as a former prosecutor to prevent clients from serving a suspended sentence or being sent back to prison.

Don't let a relapse or a bad decision ruin your life. Contact our Colorado Springs defense practice immediately to see how we can help. Our lawyers routinely appear before sentencing judges and parole hearing officers in El Paso County and Teller County to get our clients that important second chance. You can reach us 24/7 at 719-387-9954.

Probation Violations — A Second Chance To Stay Clean

We can help if you have been arrested for a new crime while on probation, or taken into custody by a probation officer for violating a judge's orders. We have represented clients on probation for drug offenses or a DUI, who failed a urine analysis (UA), or clients whose deferred felony sentence comes into play because of a new traffic offense or misdemeanor crime.

Our attorneys bargain directly with the probation officer or district attorney to prevent the court from revoking probation and imposing the full original jail term. In most cases, we can have clients reinstated to probation in exchange for a short jail stay, agreeing to enter treatment or other additional conditions.

Parole Violations — Keeping Clients Out Of Prison

In exchange for early release from prison, the parole board sets a number of stipulations regarding personal conduct and criminal activity. If you have been arrested for violating terms of parole, one of our lawyers negotiates with the parole hearing officer to arrange probation, treatment or other alternatives to being sent back to prison. We make every effort to prevent re-parole, or minimize the time to be served.

If you have had a setback that threatens your continued freedom, contact us online to discuss your case in a free consultation.