Working To Protect Your Freedom If You Are Accused Of A Bail Or Probation Violation

If you are out on bail or probation and you are accused of violating the terms of your release, you could go back to jail and face additional penalties if the court upholds the violation. In addition, a violation could leave you in much less favorable standing as the rest of your case moves forward. If you have been arrested for a bail or probation violation, it is crucial that you seek the advice of a reliable criminal defense lawyer immediately.

At the law firm of Lynch & Pine, we have successfully represented countless clients in a variety of probation and bail hearings. As former Rhode Island prosecutors, our attorneys know how the courts evaluate these cases and the strategies the prosecution uses in their efforts to keep you incarcerated. We will be there beside you at every step, tirelessly working to protect your freedom.

Strong Defense Against Alleged Violations And New Criminal Charges

Many of the clients we represent in bail and probation hearings have been accused of violating the terms of their release and/or committing a new crime. In either case, our defense attorneys are prepared to defend you against any accusation that could land you in jail. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, we will present a compelling argument to show that no violation occurred or that you are not guilty of the new charges against you.

If You Are Being Held Without Bail In Rhode Island

In cases involving particularly egregious crimes, the court has the option to hold you without bail based on the potential danger you might pose to society. If you are held without bail, you are entitled to a bail hearing within 10 business days of the ruling. We provide aggressive defense in these matters and do everything in our power to prove to the court that you pose no threat and that you should be allowed out of jail while your case is in progress.

Talk To A Lawyer About Your Defense Representation Needs

Contact one of our offices in Newport or Providence to discuss your criminal defense needs with one of our attorneys. We offer a free initial consultation, and you can reach someone from our firm at any time, day or night. Please call 401-680-0921 or contact us via email to arrange an appointment.

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