Today, Client DOE was facing prison for violating the terms of his probation. Client DOE’s probation officer sought to revoke his probation and put him in prison, because he tested positive for possession of a controlled substance, and had various other alleged violations. However, a negotiation was struck between the District Attorney’s Office and Client DOE where Client DOE was reinstated to probation with additional conditions. If you are on probation and are facing revocation proceedings, the Court has discretion to revoke you (i.e. put you in prison) or reinstate you to probation. You have rights during revocation proceedings. Contact me today if your Probation Officer is seeking to revoke your probation.
About Attorney Rich Tanasi
After graduating from Roger Williams School of Law in Rhode Island, I began practicing law in Nevada in 2005. Since then, I have tried numerous cases in Nevada's State and Federal Courts. I have also appeared and argued at several administrative proceedings in Nevada. Along the way, I have represented hundreds of individuals injured in car accidents because of negligent drivers. I also work hard for people accused and arrested by State and Federal law enforcement. When I am not representing clients who have hired me, I represent clients the State and Federal Governments appoint me. In the Federal system, I earned my way on to the Criminal Justice Act's panel of appointed attorneys. Similarly, I am qualified to maintain a contract with Clark County, Nevada to represent State-appointed clients facing serious criminal charges. Contact me today, so I can get to work for you.