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PROTECT YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS WHEN YOU ARE FACING A PROBATION OR PAROLE VIOLATION

It is important to understand HEARSAY evidence and its relevance at probation and parole violation hearings.

PAROLE revocation and PROBATION revocation after the imposition of a sentence are constitutionally indistinguishable. Parole and probation revocation is NOT part of a criminal prosecution and therefore not all of the rights due a defendant in a criminal procedure apply.

However, due process does require that a defendant at a probation revocation hearing be afforded, at a minimum, certain rights including, the right to confront and cross-examine adverse witnesses.

The well-trained and well-respected attorneys at Wallin & Klarich understand when and how to object to adverse hearsay evidence.

About Wallin & Klarich

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Wallin & Klarich was established in 1981. Over the past 32 years, our law firm has helped tens of thousands of families in their time of legal need. Regardless of whether our clients faced criminal or DUI charges, the loss of their driving privilege, or wanted to clean up their criminal record, we have been there to help them.