Probation/Parole Violation Consequences

South Carolina Criminal Defense Violation Attorneys

For someone who violates his/her probation or parole will face serious consequences.

If you are convicted on charges of violation of parole or probation, the following consequences can result:

  • Revocation of probation
  • Imprisonment
  • Extended jail time
  • Hefty fines
  • Community service
  • Rehabilitation programs

It is important to build a strong defense for parole/probation violations in order to help the charges against you become minimized. Here at the Strom Law Firm, LLC we can help you achieve the best outcome for your violation. Our criminal defense attorneys will diligently review the facts of your case and apply their knowledge of South Carolina criminal law to give you a well-planned defense.

The Strom Law Firm, LLC provides an aggressive and proactive defense to every client we represent.

Our familiarity with prosecutorial techniques, knowledge of South Carolina criminal law, and our understanding and sincere concern for the rights and liberty of people facing criminal investigation and arrest ensure that you will receive a vigorous, well-planned defense.

When your freedom, personal and family stability, economic survival, and reputation are at stake — you need a lawyer who understands that and who will fight to protect your interests.

Getting Arrested Does Not Mean You Are Guilty

Being arrested or investigated for a crime can mean many things. What it does not mean is that you are guilty or that you have no rights. For experienced criminal defense attorneys who will fight for you whether the case involves a drug possession, misdemeanor or felony drug trafficking, and/or murder charges — call or contact us in Columbia, South Carolina, today.


An Arrest Puts Your Rights, Your Freedom, Your Family, and Your Livelihood At Stake.

The criminal defense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC will fight to protect your rights and your personal and professional future.

Whether you are charged with:

or even under investigation for a crime , you are likely facing a personal, family, social, business, and/or financial crisis unlike any you have ever faced before.

Understanding your situation is the starting point, and basis of, our approach to handling criminal cases.