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    Category Archive:  Colorado Probation Violation Lawyer

    Dec 08

    By H. Michael Steinberg – Colorado Probation Violation Lawyer Fighting Colorado Probation Violations For Failure To Pay Fines And Costs – Until very recently judges in our Colorado courts were routinely jailing individuals for the non-payment of fines and other court costs. As a result of privatizing probation services – individuals – private probation officers so to speak who are  so poorly trained and who do not fully understand the impact a jail sentence may have … Read The Rest

    Nov 12

    Some Thoughts About Defending A Colorado Probation Violation Case By H. Michael Steinberg – Colorado Probation Violation Defense Lawyer Some Thoughts About Defending A Colorado Probation Violation Case – While probation violation cases may seem less serious than defending the original charges – actually the opposite can be true depending on the case.  If a case is eligible to be sealed – (expunged under Colorado law) – such as a deferred judgment and sentence – a … Read The Rest

    Oct 22

    By H. Michael Steinberg – Colorado Criminal Probation Violation Defense Lawyer Attorney  Colorado Probation Violation Tip – Why Making Even Small Restitution Payments On Probation Makes Sense – Advising my clients when they are placed on probation always includes the warning that – if you find yourself unable to make the full monthly payment of restitution – try to arrange through your probation officer to pay something…to make a good faith effort tpo make even … Read The Rest

    Apr 07

    Last week, as reported by Libor Jany of a former Connecticut ex-basketball coach, Frank Warecke, was charged with and arraigned for violating his sex offender probation conditions. As in Colorado – the terms of his sex offender probation required that he not have contact with anyone under the age of 18 until given permission to do so by the probation officer and the Court. The former high school girls basketball coach was arraigned on … Read The Rest

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