Parole Violations

Are You Being Accused or Charged with Parole Violations in Orange County? Trust Marley Law Firm.

Violating your parole conditions is a serious crime that can send you straight back to jail. At the end of a sentence, the California prison system gives that convict parole conditions to strictly follow. In the event that the individual on parole breaks any of those conditions, it can result in being behind bars once again. Further, if the individual breaks any more crimes while on the outside, the state could bring new criminal charges against them.

If you accidentally violated your parole conditions or were falsely accused of violating them, you need an expert defense attorney. Don’t end up back behind bars because of a mistake, get in contact with Michael Marley, at Marley Law Firm, A.P.C., to defend your case. Michael Marley is known for the aggressive, zealous representation of his clients at every stage of the case. For a free consultation, simply fill out a form on our Contact Page or call us at (949) 726-6000.

The Typical Conditions a Parolee Must Follow

Following the end of a sentence, a parole board will give that individual a list of conditions they must follow. Failure to follow any of those conditions might lead he/she right back into prison. Depending on the individual and crime they were convicted of, some common parole conditions will require the individual to:

  • Reside within a certain county limit
  • Register with local authorities
  • Agree that police can conduct a search at any moment regardless of having a warrant
  • No longer associate with people that will negatively influence their behavior (gang members or drug dealers)
  • Not possess a firearm
  • Request prior approval to access the internet

Defenses We Can Apply to Your Case

Marley Law Firm, A.P.C. can help with your parole violation by implementing the following strategic defenses:

  • Reviewing the evidence to determine whether there was an actual violation of a condition of parole.
  • Presenting documentation that the allegation is false.
  • Gathering evidence to support your defense, such as mistaken identity.
  • Introducing evidence of mitigating circumstances that justified the alleged violation.
  • Determining whether your Due Process rights were violated.

For the best parole violation defense in Orange County, get in contact with defense attorney Michael Marley by calling (949) 726-6000 or filling out our form on the Contact Page.

Disclaimer: The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute an attorney-client relationship.

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