Detroit Probation and Parole Violations Attorney
The Law Office of Kevin Bessant & Associates Detroit has successfully defended hundreds of probation and parole violations hearings throughout the State of Michigan. If you are facing a probation violation, parole violation, bench warrant, or show cause hearing, Detroit Probation and Parole Violations Attorney Kevin Bessant will aggressively defend your case before the Judge and Probation/Parole department to help you avoid jail, a return to prison, or an extended probation/parole period. If you live in Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Monroe County, Livingston County, or Washtenaw County, and you have been accused of a violation please call our office immediately so we can help you today!
More than likely you were assigned a parole officer to your case. This person is responsible for keeping tabs on you and making sure you abide by the terms of your parole. Kevin Bessant understands that often times a hostile relationship exists between the probation officer and the probationer. The Law Office of Kevin Bessant & Associates can successfully represent your interests before the judge and parole board to keep you out of jail and prison.
Let the Law Office of Kevin Bessant & Associates effectively communicate these differences to the Judge or Parole Board to better your chances of success. You have a right to a probation hearing before the judge, and a parole hearing before the parole board. This may be your only opportunity to present evidence on your behalf that will help keep you out of jail or prison. Kevin Bessant can represent you at your hearing and defend your rights before the court and parole board.
Let Detroit Probation and Parole Violations Attorney Kevin Bessant Keep You Out Of Jail!
If you fail to comply with any of your court ordered conditions of probation or parole, you run the risk of being violated and can face far tougher penalties. Kevin Bessant has years of experience working with officers and Judges throughout Michigan to defend you at your probation violation hearing.
Often times, and without any explanation, your parole officer will violate you without first giving you the opportunity to defend yourself or tell your side of the story before going in front of a Judge. If this occurs, contact the Law Office of Kevin Bessant & Associates immediately to address and defend your case.
Do not risk going to jail or back to prison. Let the Law Office of Kevin Bessant & Associates review your case, defend you before the judge or parole board, and help you avoid additional penalties. Call today for a free consultation or online consultation. (313) 634-0054