Defense for People Accused of Violating Probation or Parole

Complying with the conditions of your probation is a way to show the state that you will continue to be a law-abiding citizen. Violating probation indicates that you do not take your responsibilities seriously, at least, in the eyes of the government. Many of the judges assigned to these cases in New York's supreme courts are particularly harsh to individuals accused of violating the terms of their probation or parole. Select an experienced attorney who knows how to effectively negotiate with local officials and courts.

Protecting Your Investment in Your Future

For 25 years, criminal defense lawyer Michael D. Horn, Esq., has been representing clients facing serious allegations. He understands the impact probation and parole violations could have on your life going forward. Mr. Horn has the knowledge of evidentiary rules, statutory procedures and insight into how the system works to effectively handle high-stake cases. Contact our law firm to learn how Mr. Horn can protect your rights and mitigate any potential ramifications. Your initial consultation is free.

"Michael is noted for his willingness to fight unpopular battles, in an effort to uphold his clients' constitutional rights. Within the community, he has a very good reputation for honesty, candor and being a persuasive communicator. As a result, clients and colleagues trust his judgment and respect his opinions." — Michele R. Titus, Assemblywoman, 31 Assembly District, Queens County

Even a Minor Parole or Probation Infraction Is Enough to Send You to Jail

Parole or probation violations can result in very serious consequences for even the smallest infractions, including imprisonment and hefty fines. If you have made a mistake during your probation period, you need the help of an experienced defense attorney.

Michael D. Horn has the skills and legal resources to protect your best interests. He will thoroughly investigate the probation or parole violation allegations, looking for justification or mitigating circumstances. He will advocate for alternative measures such as counseling or other programs to prevent you from serving more time. Handling violations of probation or parole takes careful negotiation and detailed knowledge of criminal defense. Mr. Horn will use his legal skills to protect your future.

Contact Us Now for a Free Defense Consultation

You have been here before. Prosecutors are often less willing to work with individuals who have a prior criminal record. The best investment you can make is to select a highly skilled defense attorney who knows how to effectively negotiate with local prosecutors even when the stakes are raised. This has been attorney Michael Horn's focus for the past 25 years. Contact our firm to learn how he can position you for a favorable resolution.

Our law firm located in Astoria, Queens, and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week — so you can count on us to address your pressing concerns when you need us. Attorney Horn will travel to you if you are unable to come into our office. Our staff speaks Spanish. Credit card payments are accepted.