Skilled Probation Lawyers in Connecticut

Tomeo Sills, LLC: Helping You Avoid Jail Time

If you have been charged with a crime, it is very likely that you will be facing time in jail. Fortunately, for many, probation is an option. Probation occurs when an individual's jail sentence is suspended, allowing them to remain in their community. However, if you are on probation, there will be certain court-ordered rules and regulations that you must follow, and you will be under the supervision of a probation officer. Our Connecticut criminal defense attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC know that, many times, probation is the best option for our clients. Through carefully planned tactics and negotiation, we can work to help you avoid the loss of your freedom and serve your punishment as an active member of the community.

For more information about probation, call (844) 913-7747 for a free consultation.

Some of the terms and conditions of your probation may include:

  • Community service hours
  • Meeting regularly with your probation officer
  • Refraining from drug and alcohol use and submitting to drug or alcohol testing
  • Making all of your court appearances
  • Paying fines or restitution to the victims of your crime
  • Following all laws and avoiding arrest
  • Not traveling out of the state without permission
  • Completing court-ordered programs
  • Avoiding certain people and places

How Long Does the Probationary Period Last?

Your probationary period may last anywhere from months to years, depending on the type of conviction. During this time, you must follow all the conditions of your probation. If the conditions are violated, you could face a warning from the probation officer or something more severe, such as revoked probation and jail time, fines, additional probation, and more. Our Connecticut criminal defense lawyers can help you learn more about probation and whether or not it is a viable option in your case.

For experienced legal counsel, please contact our reputable law firm today.