Protecting Your Rights for 30 Years
If you have been placed on probation after a criminal conviction, you must follow certain conditions or risk probation revocation. When you are need a probation violation attorney in Charlotte or surrounding areas, you can rely on the experienced Law Offices of Charles L. Morgan, Jr., for experienced, aggressive representation that protects your rights.
Chuck Morgan has practiced criminal law for 30 years and is a former assistant public defender and former assistant district attorney who has a deep understanding of the issues at stake with probation.
Mecklenburg County Felony Probation Attorney
When you are accused of violating the conditions of your probation, the prosecutor or probation officer may request sanctions or that your probation be revoked and you serve your entire jail or prison sentence. In these situations, you have rights, and our lawyer will ensure that they are protected. You have a side to the story, and our job is to show it.
If the allegations behind the proposed probation revocation are false or incorrect, we will work to get them dismissed.
- Sometimes your life circumstances may prevent you from following your conditions of probation. If you have an illness, family problems or other circumstances that make it difficult to follow the conditions of your probation, we can effectively present your case and work toward a modification of your probation.
- If your violation is related to new criminal charges, we can represent you on both the probation revocation and the new charges.
The goal of our law firm is to set reasonable expectations for you based on the facts behind your alleged violation. Chuck Morgan will not tell you what you want to hear about your violation, but he will tell you what you need to hear.
Contact the Law Office of Charles L. Morgan, Jr.
Please contact our Charlotte, North Carolina, criminal defense law firm by filling out the form on this website, or call 704-774-6759 to set up an appointment. We are conveniently located across the street from the Mecklenburg County Courthouse in downtown Charlotte.