Lake Oswego Bond Hearing Lawyers

Oregon Attorneys for Protection of Your Rights and Freedoms

A sentence of probation often comes with wide-ranging terms, conditions and requirements. Many people charged with a violation of probation are shocked that what may seem to be a minor or “technical” issue — such as failure to pay a fine on time or missing an appointment — can have such serious consequences.

If you have been accused of a probation violation, it can be critical to consult a criminal defense lawyer who knows the system well. At Oliveros & O’Brien, P.C., we are here to negotiate and advocate for accused probation violators throughout the greater Portland area, including Clackamas County, Multnomah County, Washington County and throughout Oregon.

Assessing Your Risks and Targeting Positive Outcomes

We will hear you out on what happened in your case. Mistakes are part of life for both private citizens and officials throughout the justice system, and we will not judge you or jump to conclusions. Your lawyer will focus on explaining potential consequences and finding constructive ways to protect what is most important to you.

It is important to recognize that any probation violation can be very serious. Accepting consequences without consulting a skilled attorney could be life-changing. Depending on exact circumstances, you could find yourself:

  • Sentenced to penalties up to the maximum for your original offense, sometimes including jail or prison time
  • Subject to new, harsher restrictions that infringe on your job status or ability to meet family obligations

Dependable, Responsive Representation by a Respected Criminal Defender

We strive for positive results, efficiency and cost-effectiveness in dealing with probation violations. Our services also extend to representation in bond hearings and parole hearings for past and new clients.

In many cases we will be able to quote a flat fee for our criminal defense services. To discuss your needs and what we may be able to accomplish for you, please contact us today.