Do Not Go Back To Prison

We Can Help You Avoid Parole Violations

When you are placed on probation or released from prison before completing your sentence, you are given specific instructions. To prevent returning to prison, it is imperative that you follow the orders. At the Law Offices of Myles S. Breiner, our legal team is dedicated to helping you understand the terms of your parole and defending you against potential violations.

What Are The Terms Of My Parole?

The terms of your parole are dependent on your individual circumstances. There are, however, specific restrictions common to most parole agreements. You will be required to:

  • Support dependent children
  • Obey geographic restrictions regarding your residence and refrain from leaving a specified area without the court's permission
  • Comply with imposed curfews
  • Attend regular meetings with your parole officer
  • Obtain suitable employment or enroll in an acceptable course of study
  • Follow drug and alcohol restrictions
  • Refrain from possessing a firearm or other dangerous weapon

What Happens If I Violate My Parole?

If it is determined that you may have violated one or more of the terms of your parole, you will be required to attend a revocation hearing. A defense attorney can guide you through the process and argue your case. Both you and the prosecution can present evidence supporting or refuting the alleged violation.

If the court determines that you have failed to comply with a one or more terms, your parole will be revoked. Your parole may also be revoked if you are convicted of a felony.

Will The Court Change The Terms Of My Parole?

You may be entitled to a modification of your parole requirements if the court determines that doing so will assist you in obeying the law. If you possess or use drugs and alcohol during your parole, you may be required to attend a substance abuse treatment program and meet with a substance abuse counselor.

At the Law Offices of Myles S. Breiner, we help you understand and follow the terms of your parole. We are devoted to addressing your concerns and giving you the legal advice you need to live a fulfilling life while following all restrictions.

We Will Accommodate Your Schedule

We will schedule an initial consultation that works with your schedule. Conveniently located in Honolulu, we offer flexible payment plans. Contact us online or by phone at 808-526-3426 to discuss your case.