PROBATION VIOLATIONS / RECORDS ISSUES ATTORNEYS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Attorneys for Probation Violations in Boston
When you are put on probation, you sign an agreement stating you will not commit crimes or other activities related to your criminal charge, and that you will comply with the conditions of your probation. If you have been accused of a probation violation, it is important to seek legal counsel as soon as possible.
At The Law Office of Kevin P. O’Malley, P.C., we are familiar with both the legal process and the personal issues you are going through. If you have received a surrender notice, contact our attorneys to avoid arrest and other penalties.
Our law firm is located in Medford, Massachusetts, and serves clients in most areas of criminal defense, such as theft, motor vehicle crimes, DUI, and other misdemeanors and felonies.
Surrender Notices & Hearings
When a probation officer believes a probation violation has occurred, the officer will file a “surrender notice” requiring you to appear in front of a judge. When the judge reviews this notice, which contains information about your alleged violation, he or she will either allow you to keep your court hearing or issue a warrant for your arrest.
During your hearing, you will have the opportunity to explain your side to the court. No matter what stage of the process you are in, obtaining an experienced lawyer is crucial to the end result.
Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI)
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) Unit provides information to Board certified agencies such as schools and day care centers.
Individuals may also obtain copies of their criminal records from the CORI Unit. At The Law Office of Kevin P. O’Malley, P.C., we can help you interpret, correct or seal a criminal record.
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