Probation Revocation

Criminal defendants are usually sentenced to probation as a lighter alternative to prison time. However, probation is by no means a "get out of jail free" card. If you are on probation, you are expected to respect certain terms and conditions. Failure to do so can result in arrest and revocation of your probation to jail.

At William Long Whitesell, LLC, we have represented many people facing probation revocation. We can help you protect your status and present a compelling case for why you should be allowed to stay on probation.

Experience You Can Trust

Something as small as missing a call from your probation officer or appearing at the wrong courtroom can have serious consequences, including jail time. Stints in jail makes it impossible to keep your job and fulfill your obligations to your family. Because probation violations are handled differently than other criminal offenses, it is important to work with a lawyer experienced in these matters.

Attorney William Long Whitesell has practiced criminal defense in the state of Georgia, prosecuted crimes in Remerton and successfully represented many defendants as the leader of our firm. This experience is invaluable to our clients.

We do not disappear when your original case is concluded; if you need assistance with probation or another matter after you are sentenced, we are happy to answer your questions and help you make decisions that preserve your best interests and represent you if necessary.

Facing Probation Revocation? Attorney William Long Whitesell Can Help.

Contact Us For An Initial Consultation At No Cost

We encourage you to contact us as soon as you are accused of violating your probation so we can best protect you and your rights. Please send us an email or call our Valdosta office at 229-588-2662.