Rhoades,Cunningham & McFadden, PLLC


Albany Robbery Lawyers
We really do welcome your call.

We will meet with you in person and without charge to discuss your case.

We will not pressure you in anyway.

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Call us now at 518-389-2900 to start rebuilding your life.

Albany Robbery lawyers

Have you been accused of violating the terms of your probation?
        The rules of probation can be very strict.  Probation conditions generally require you to do the following: maintain steady employment, subject yourself to drug testing, avoid associating with convicted felons and follow a curfew.  Even a minor violation, like staying out past your curfew, can subject you to a probation violation proceeding.  
         The penalties for a probation violation are stiff.  If you are found to have violated the terms of your probation, your probation can be revoked and you can be sentenced on the charge that caused the probation term.  This could mean a substantial amount of time in prison.  And, you do not receive credit for the time you spent on probation.  For example, if your term of probation was 5 years and you violated the terms of probation after you have already served 4 years on probation, you do not receive credit for those 4 years.  The judge can sentence you as if you had not been on probation at all.  

        When the consequences are this serious, you need to hire our aggressive and skilled Albany, NY Probation Violation Lawyers 

        You are entitled to a hearing on the probation violation.  Do not go to your hearing without an attorney.  
If you are accused of violating the terms of your probation, call our Albany,New York Probation Violation Attorneys now at 518-389-2900 for your free consultation       

        Do not delay.  The sooner you contact us for your free consultation, the more options you will have. 
Our Fee

        Our fee for probation violations is $750 for misdemeanors and $1,500 for felonies.  This is a flat fee which covers the cost of our trying to negotiate a plea agreement.   If your case proceeds to a hearing, we will require an additional retainer for our preparation and representation at the hearing.

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