If a petition to revoke your probation is filed, in most cases, it does not automatically mean you will have to serve out the rest of your sentence in jail or prison.
Arizona Probation Revocation Lawyer
You have a right to a revocation hearing. With the right defense, it is often possible to have the petition dismissed or to have your probation reinstated.
A revocation hearing is conducted by a judge, not a jury. In order for your probation to be revoked, the state must establish by a preponderance of the evidence that you violated one or some of the terms of your probation.
Robert A. Butler has the experience and knowledge to help you obtain a favorable result at your Arizona probation revocation proceeding. For more information on probation violations in Arizona, contact us for a free consultation.