When The State Tries To Revoke Your Probation
You are not automatically going to jail simply because you have been accused of a probation violation. There are many ways to deal with probation violations and attorney John M. Petruzzi, of Houston, has extensive, effective experience helping clients overcome probation violations and motions to revoke probation.
As a former chief prosecutor with more than 30 years of experience and 150 felony trials under his belt, Mr. Petruzzi has considerable knowledge of criminal law and he knows how to challenge the prosecution. He wants to help you. He understands that most people who hire him are just ordinary people caught in bad situations. His entire career is dedicated to upholding the principles of justice.
Attorney Petruzzi brings his experience, credibility and ability to convey your situation sympathetically to bear in front of any probation violations judge. Jail time does not help anyone improve their lives. We seek solutions that the judge may be willing to agree with, based on questions such as these:
- Would community service be a more appropriate approach for your unique situation?
- Would drug rehab be the key to your success in the future?
- Are there extenuating circumstances that made it nearly impossible for you to fulfill all the requirements of your probation?
- What exactly needs to change and how?
What You Can Expect From John M. Petruzzi
You can expect full, focused, aggressive and skilled attention to every aspect of your case, down to the smallest detail. It may be that the tiny detail overlooked by everyone else will make all the difference in the outcome of your probation violations matter.