Parole & Probation Violations
Criminal Defense Representation Throughout Suffolk County and Nassau County
Probation and parole are similar in many respects, but refer to two very distinct situations. Probation is typically part of a defendant’s sentence and has several conditions attached. Parole refers to a supervised release from a prison sentence before the sentence has been fully carried out.
Probation and parole violations are very serious and both can lead to time in prison. Probation violations may have you serving a prison sentence, and parole violations may have you serving the remainder of your sentence, plus additional time for any underlying crime that may have been the cause of a parole violation. An attorney with probation and parole violation experience is recommended if you are cited for probation or parole violation.
Located in Central Islip, the Law Offices of Shawn R. Kassman can provide you with a quality defense against New York probation and parole violation charges. We represent people throughout Suffolk County and Nassau County, including Bayshore, Oakdale, Sayville, Riverhead, Port Jefferson, Brentwood and Holtsville.
To speak with an experienced Suffolk County criminal defense attorney about your New York probation or parole violation matter, please call 631-232-9479 (toll-free 1-888-545-2944).
Skilled Suffolk County Probation and Parole Violation Defense Attorney
Our experienced New York probation and parole violation attorneys can assist you in all phases of your probation or parole, as well as provide you with an aggressive defense against allegations of a probation or parole violation.
In the first instance, we can help you understand the terms of probation or parole. You should retain our law firm initially to negotiate and review the terms of your probation or parole. A condition of probation or parole can include:
- As a condition of your probation or parole you agree to be searched at any time, even without a warrant
- As a condition of your probation or parole you agree to drug testing
- As a condition of your probation or parole you agree to seek and maintain employment
- As a condition of your probation or parole you agree to regularly report to a probation or parole officer
- As a condition of your probation or parole you agree to disassociate yourself from known felons and other disreputable people
- Other terms conditioned on your circumstances, such as rehabilitation, restitution, etc.
If you are charged with a probation or a parole violation, you should retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible in an effort to evaluate and strategize how to most effectively address the situation.
Contact Suffolk County Parole Violation Defense Attorney and Probation Violation Lawyer Shawn Kassman
If you have questions related to New York probation or parole violation, or want more information about the criminal law process, please call criminal defense attorney Shawn Kassman or a member of his legal team at 631-232-9479 (toll-free 1-888-545-2944), or fill out our online intake form. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and defend clients located in Central Islip (main office location), Holtsville (office location), Bayshore, Brentwood, Oakdale, Sayville, Port Jefferson and Riverhead, and both Suffolk and Nassau Counties. Our Central Islip law offices are conveniently located down the street from the courthouse, and we will aggressively fight for your freedom and the protection of your rights.