If you are currently on parole or probation there are many circumstances that could result in you being charged with a Violation of Probation or Violation of Parole (VOP).
Parole Revocation Hearings
If your probation officer makes a mistake, this can result in an arrest warrant, even if it’s not your fault. Or, if you get arrested on a new charge while on probation or parole, this can trigger a violation of probation or VOP warrant even if the charge is in error. For nearly 30 years, Allan Rombro has been successfully recalling VOP warrants and winning VOP cases for his clients, allowing them to remain on probation or parole without returning to jail or having the original sentence imposed.
The following events will often trigger a probation or parole violation and issuance of a warrant for your arrest:
- Moving without prior notification and approval from your agent
- Traffic violations including driving while suspended, uninsured or revoked
- DUI or DWI –this includes deadlines requiring immediate action. Email directly
- Failing to maintain required contact with your probation or parole officer
- Failure to comply with your agents directives like obtaining a job, a GED, drug treatment, remain in school, etc
- Failure to pay fines, costs or restitution by required dates
- Missing an appointment with your agent
- Leaving Maryland without express permission from your agent
- Getting arrested or charged with a new crime even if you haven’t been found guilty yet
- Failing a random or scheduled drug test
- Violating a protective order
Allan Rombro represents people facing re-arrest, revocation of parole or probation and he can help you maintain the terms of your probation or parole.
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5550 Newbury Street, Suite A
Baltimore, Maryland 21209