As you are likely aware, probation is granted in lieu of Kansas jailtime. By accepting probation you are agreeing to terms and conditions ordered by the court. These will loom over you (whether supervised or unsupervised) until some determined date. Violation(s) of probation could result in revocation of probation and place your freedom at risk. Here are the top 10 ways to avoid violating your probation in Kansas City, Kansas:
Remember that you likely have deferred/suspended jail time automatically associated with your Kansas probation. This in addition to whatever incident caused the violation. Never resolve another criminal matter without considering the potential consequences of probation violation. Having quality representation at these hearings is important. You have questions, and need representation, and we can help. Call Attorney T. Morton NOW 913-602-7288.
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