Misdemeanor Probation Violation

Probation violations in the Michigan District Courts take place all of the time.  At the probation violation hearings, in many courts, the defendants face many additional sanctions, including jail.  The Michigan Probation Violation statutes, MCL 771.1 and MCL 771.3, details the ability of the District Court to impose probation conditions.  Once placed on probation, District Courts have the ability to modify or revoke your probation, per MCL 771.4.

If the District Court alleges that you have violated your probation, you can request a hearing, where the prosecutor would have to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that you violated your probation.

As probation violation lawyers, we have handled hundreds of misdemeanor probation violations in the District Court.  We routinely handle probation violation hearings and have successfully won many hearings.

At Amberg & Amberg, we are experienced probation violation attorneys.  With innovative motions and defenses, the courage to stand up to tough prosecutors, and the belief in your innocence, we will fight with you to the end.  If you or a family member needs our help, call or email us today.