Probation Violations

Alabama criminal defense lawyer Pascal Bruijn has defended thousands of probation violation cases with outstanding results. A probation violation is different in many ways from a new criminal case. If you are facing a probation violation, you have already entered a plea or have been found guilty by a judge or jury.The downside to a probation violation is that an individual will most likely be held in custody without a bond until the probation violation hearing is held by the judge. Another major downside to a violation of probation is that the case is heard by a judge; you cannot avail yourself of the jury system. In a trial, the prosecutor has to prove an individual guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. In a probation violation hearing, the prosecution only has to prove the case by the preponderance of the evidence, a much lower standard. There are two types of probation violations, substantive and technical. Alabama criminal defense attorney Pascal Bruijn is very familiar with both types of probation violations.
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Bay Minette, Alabama:
214 North Hoyle Ave
(Across from the Bay Minette Police Department on the corner of Hoyle Avenue and 3rd Street)


Pascal Bruijn
PO Box 811
Fairhope, AL 36533-0811
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