If you have been granted probation, in Johnson County, or across the state of Kansas you will want to avoid violating the agreement. The first, and most important, thing you can do is read and understand what are the terms of your probation. Many do not violate simply because they didn't know what they had to do. Here are the top five reason people violate, and what you will do, in order to remain compliant:
5. Attend treatment/classes. If a condition of your probation requires that you get treatment or take classes (ex. drug/alcohol treatment, domestic violence classes) you must do so. Make sure that the provider is one on the Johnson County, Kansas approved provider list and complete it on time.
If you are facing revocation, of your Johnson County, Kansas probation or parole, your first call should be to your lawyer (913.602.7288). After speaking with your attorney, your next call will likely be to your probation officer. The court typically makes decisions that are consistent with what your probation or parole officer recommends. Attorney T. Morton can represent you in the violation hearings. Payment plans are available.
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