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Frank, Juengel & Radefeld, Attorneys at Law

Local: 314-282-8657
Toll Free: 800-748-2105

Defenders Of The Accused
Matthew Radefeld & Dan Juengel
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Probation Violation/Early Termination Of Probation

In issuing you probation, the court fully expects you to uphold the strict conditions that frame your probation agreement. If you are unable to honor those conditions, causing you to violate your probation, we will work to ensure that you do not lose the minimized sentence.

We put our excellent reputation with the court and its prosecutors to work for you. It is our role to act as an intermediary between you and the judge or probation officer. We have significant experience in applying knowledgeable strategy to ensure that you do not go to prison.

Early Termination Of Probation In Missouri

We also assist clients in seeking early termination of their probation. After you have carefully followed the guidelines of your probation for an extended period of time and are doing what you are supposed to be doing, we will work to draw an end to your period of probation.

Our lawyers will implement an effective strategy, including putting together a packet of information to demonstrate to the court all of the good work you have done while on probation in an effort to persuade the judge that you deserve to be let off probation early.

Contact A St. Louis Probation Violation Attorney

We provide each client a free phone consultation to discuss his or her unique situation and to determine how we can help. To arrange a meeting, please call us today at 314-282-8657. We accept most major credit cards for your convenience.

We provide representation in Missouri, Illinois and federal courts across the nation.