A Firm Response To Accusations Of Probation Or Bail Bond Violations
Have you been accused of violating terms of your probation, deferred judgment and sentence or bond conditions? As a former judge who knows the conditions and expectations that come with probation, deferred sentences and bail bonds, attorney Care Enichen of The Law Office of Care Enichen, LLC, also knows how to protect your rights.
A probation officer may claim that you understood the terms of your probation and that you violated one of those rules. Consequences of a probation violation may include a return to prison, enrollment in a work release program, in-home detention, a requirement to post bond, separation from loved ones and mandatory use of a GPS ankle bracelet.
We don’t want to see a violation hurt your or your family member’s freedom. Message us for help.
Understanding The Terms Of A Bail Bond
In many Colorado counties, a bail bond also requires that a defendant comport himself or herself in a disciplined way while out of jail on bond.
With the serious punishments awaiting someone who is convicted of violating a bail bond or probation, there is no time to waste in retaining effective defense counsel. As a former Boulder County judge, Care presided over many probation revocation hearings and knows how the prosecution will present your alleged violations to the court. Care will explore every avenue available to defend and preserve your freedom.
Prompt Action Is Important To Produce The Best Results
Call our office or use our online contact form to arrange an initial consultation with a lawyer who emphasizes personal service. Our number is 720-443-4166. You are assured of working with Care Enichen from start to finish.