Protecting Your Rights After A Conviction
Once you have been convicted of a crime, the next phase of your case will be sentencing. A judge may sentence you to a certain amount of time in jail, with the possibility of parole after serving a set amount of time. You may avoid jail time altogether and be placed on probation instead. You may have restrictions on what you can or can’t do, if you have been convicted of a felony. Overall, the post-conviction time can be confusing for an individual who is working to put his or her life back together.
If you are facing probation or parole, it is essential you understand what that means for your life. At the Arnold Law Office in Richmond, clients trust me, post-conviction issues lawyer Jeffrey Arnold, with their questions and concerns about what happens after they are convicted.
I can provide the answers you need about a wide range of issues that affect an individual post conviction, such as probation, parole, violations of probation/parole, appeals, expungement and sealing of records, among others. Call my office at 866-958-5995 or use my contact form to get in touch with me about your specific criminal law case.
Probation Or Parole Issues
Once you are released from prison or placed on probation, you will have a very strict set of guidelines that you must follow. If any of these rules are broken and you violated the terms, your probation or parole may be “violated” by your probation/parole officer. You will have to again be in front of a judge who will determine what type of punishment to issue for the violation. I represent clients who are already facing violations, as well as those who believe they may be in danger of violating.
Other Matters That May Arise
If you have questions or are wondering what to do in any situation after your conviction, I can help. I provide advice and guidance to clients throughout Indiana who are working to stay out of jail and deal with any criminal situations they may be facing.
Contact A Post-Conviction Attorney Who Can Help
Do not hesitate to call me at 866-958-5995, or contact me online today to learn more about how I can help you. My focus is on helping you address any post-conviction issues you are facing in order to move forward with your life.