Dedicated Probation Violations Defense

Violation of probation is a serious offense that can often result in serious penalty. In addition to facing incarceration or other consequences for the probation violation, you may also be required to fulfill the remainder of your previous sentence. It is critical that you have experienced counsel who will advocate for your rights and interests.

Attorney John P. McKenna of the Law Office of John P. McKenna, P.C., has extensive experience defending clients in probation violation hearings. He provides strategic assistance to protect each client. Contact our Springfield law firm for a consultation with criminal defense attorney John P. McKenna.

Working To Avoid Further Penalties

We help clients with various forms of probation and parole violation. We are able to assist minors with juvenile probation violation and also handle drug or OUI//DWI/DUI probation violation. Many actions may constitute violation of probation, such as:

  • Failure to submit to or pass a drug analysis when required
  • Failure to submit to or pass a urinalysis when required
  • Failure to report to the probation officer when required
  • Failure to report a change of address
  • Failure to comply with terms of the probation
  • Commission of a subsequent crime while on probation

Our criminal defense lawyer, John P. McKenna, has thorough experience helping clients challenge allegations for violation of probation. Throughout his career as an assistant district attorney and as a criminal defense lawyer, he has worked effectively and respectfully with probation officers. He understands their demands and recognizes effective strategies for satisfying probation officers while also protecting our client's interests.

Learn More About Your Legal Options

Contact our Western Massachusetts law firm for a free initial telephone consultation with probation violation attorney John P. McKenna.