Probation and Parole Violations
Talk to a Harrisburg criminal defense lawyer!
Whether you failed a drug test or simply failed to notify your probation
/ parole officer (PO) that you lost your job, you have two choices: talk
to the probation officer yourself and explain what happened, or hire a
lawyer to protect your rights. However, only one of these choices can
dramatically improve your chances of staying out of jail and avoiding
At the law firm of Curcillo Law, LLC, we believe in second chances. Because
of this, we represent clients in parole and probation violation cases.
This is not an area of practice that we stand to gain much financially.
Rather, we provide this representation as a service to those who are unfairly
facing further punishment, and because we believe it is the right thing to do.
In probation and parole violation cases, our job as lawyers primarily involves
"running interference" between our clients and the officers
in charge of their supervision. This approach tends to be more effective
because officers who have heard "every excuse in the book" are
generally more willing to listen to an attorney rather than the alleged
offenders themselves. Our only interest lies in protecting your rights!
Take immediate action—call an attorney!
If you have been accused of violating the terms of your probation or parole,
prompt action on your part can possibly keep you out of jail.
To discuss your situation with an attorney,
call Curcillo Law today!
We provide defense for individuals in Harrisburg and other parts of Dauphin
County. We also serve Franklin, Perry, Cumberland, and Lebanon counties.