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Probation is only temporary, but may be extended due to problems

As we discussed in our previous blog post, a crooked probation officer can make your time on probation seem impossible. Fortunately, most probationers won't have to deal with dishonest probation officers. This doesn't mean that you will be able to do what you want, even if that violates your probation terms. Instead, the probation officers who are over your case will have to do the job they are paid to do and ensure you are complying with the terms of your program.

Crooked probation officers can make life difficult

People who are serving time on probation expect that their probation officers will be fair and just. In some cases, people get good probation officers who work to ensure that they have a fair shot at moving past their criminal matters. In other cases, the probation officers are crooked.

Think about each option you have in your drug charge defense

We recently discussed the differences between a grand jury and a trial jury. The differences are considerable, but they play a big part in the criminal justice system. It is imperative that you have a good understanding of what is going on with your case so that you can work with your attorney to make a plan.

Differences between grand juries and trial juries are great

Some criminal charges go through the grand jury. Some criminal charges go through a trial jury. Some criminal charges will go through both. While both a grand jury and a trial jury are part of the criminal justice system, they serve very different purposes.

Think about the variables that might impact your DUI defense

When you are accused of drunk driving, there are a lot of variables that can impact how your case is resolved. Each of those variables is a potential defense point. We know that you might have some questions about what variables you need to focus on when you are trying to decide on a defense. This isn't always an easy decision to make, but we can help you sort through the case and determine what to do.

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