Can Violating Conditions of Release Cost You Your Freedom?

Attorney Eva G. Romero-Kane recently wrote an article about what happens when someone violates their conditions of release and it is a pretty interesting article. One gentleman she described in the article will find himself stuck in jail for four months whether or not he is found guilty simply for violating the court’s order. If you would like to read the article simply click here.

If you or someone you know is facing criminal charges, please contact a criminal defense attorney to discuss your legal options. It is important to know your rights and to understand the potential consequences when dealing with these situation. If you need any assistance with a situation please contact the law firm of Shumway Van & Hansen today.

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