Franklin Probation Violation Lawyer
Protecting the Freedom of Clients throughout Nashville
Probation is a risky time. Every move you make is monitored, and while it is certainly better than jail or prison, the restrictions involved can make life difficult. Even worse, if you fail to abide by all of those restrictions, you can find yourself in jail anyway.
If you were charged with a probation violation, call the Franklin criminal defense lawyer at Larsen Law PLLC today to schedule a free consultation about protecting your rights. We may be able to keep you out of jail, so get started right away.
- Relentless Advocate for All Clients
Trial Tested. Proven Track Record.
Sometimes going to trial is necessary. Attorney Eric Larsen is not afraid to do so if it's in the best interest of the client.
Respected Amongst His Peers
Eric’s ability to maneuver through both trial advocacy and negotiations have earned him the respect of prosecutors, law enforcement, and the judiciary, which often leads to results that exceed client expectations.
Before becoming a lawyer, Attorney Eric Larsen spent 12 years working as a parole and probation agent in the Michigan Department of Corrections. He has an insider’s knowledge of the difficulties involved in keeping appointments with probation officers and staying out of trouble.
Our team is here to hear your story and explain it to the agents of Tennessee's probation system. We know how to talk to them and negotiate with them on terms they understand.
Common Types of Probation Violations
The most common probation violations include:
- Failing to report to your probation officer
- Failing to pay fees
- Failing a drug test
We want to help you get in compliance and stay in compliance to make sure you avoid any further complications. Let us help you tackle your probation proactively.
Franklin Probation Violation Attorney Fighting Charges
We see many clients who are charged with a new crime while on probation. This can significantly complicate their lives and result in back-to-back sentences that keep them on probation longer or lead to jail. If you are charged again while on probation, let Larsen Law PLLC help minimize the damage.
Of any attorney I’ve ever met or have hired, I can honestly say that Eric was the only one I genuinely trusted. You should too.