Whether you are under the supervision of the Johnson County, Kansas district court or any probation or parole office statewide, it can be easy to violate the terms. This will prompt your probation officer to request that your probation be revoked. This is a request and not something that is automatically granted. That is why the matter is set for a hearing before the Kansas court. If you have underlying jail time it is possible that you may be forced to serve some or all of it. Here are five things you can do, based on the most common violations, to avoid revocation:
These are serious matters and your freedom is on the line. If you are facing probation or Diversion revocation in Kansas City, Kansas or across the state, don't hesitate to contact Attorney T. Morton TODAY (913) 602-7288. Payment plans are available.