New Criminal Charges While on Probation
In addition to all of the other conditions that are typically imposed as part of probation, avoiding new criminal charges is a standard inclusion. The goal of probation is proving that you can avoid making the same type of mistakes that may have led you to be placed on probation.
Failing to avoid further criminal charges while you are on probation is often taken by the courts as a clear sign that more serious consequences are required for your situation.
If you have been charged with a new crime while you are on probation, you need to be prepared to face an adverse reaction from the court. Securing the representation of a skilled attorney is your best protection against a single mistake making your current situation much worse.
Exceptional Criminal Defense From a Former Prosecutor With 30 Years of Experience
I am criminal defense lawyer John W. Tumelty. I am a New Jersey Supreme Court certified criminal trial attorney who also has served in the New Jersey Attorney General’s office and the office of the Atlantic County Prosecutor. I will utilize that experience to help you maintain your place on probation. In my decades of working in the courts, I have learned how to build an effective defense against probation violations.
Contact Criminal Defense Attorney John W. Tumelty
When a new criminal charge has you facing charges of having violated your probation, you need to ensure that your rights and your future receive the full protection they deserve. My decades of experience and the knowledge I have acquired both as a prosecutor and as a criminal defense attorney allow me to provide my clients with an exceptional defense of probation violations in Atlantic City or anywhere else in Southern New Jersey.
To schedule a free initial consultation with attorney John Tumelty, call 609-390-4600 today.
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