Proven Defense for Parole Violations
Over 30 Years Delivering Positive Outcomes
- 30+ years of hands-on legal experience
- Flawless reputation for handling complex and high-profile cases
- Among Maryland’s Top Criminal Law Attorneys
- Rated a Super Lawyer by Baltimore Magazine
- Handles all criminal defense needs; from sex crimes and fraud to drug cases and child pornography
- Named Top 100 Criminal Trial Attorneys by The National Trial Lawyers
- Voted 10 Best in Client Satisfaction from the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys
If you’re facing a violation of your parole, it is crucial that you retain a parole violations criminal defense attorney with the proper experience in order to avoid additional penalties or further incarceration.
Parole violations have nothing to do with the sentencing judge. To understand parole violations, you must understand that, when serving time in jail or prison, defendants usually receive “good time” or diminution credits for good behavior and programs in which they participate while incarcerated.
As a result of these credits, an individual may be released prior to having served his/her full executed sentence, should the parole board grant them early release, otherwise known as “parole.”
Once released on parole, a defendant must still maintain good behavior until his/her parole is completed, otherwise his/her poor behavior may be reported by his/her parole agent to the Parole Board. And a parole retake warrant may be issued for the defendant’s arrest.
A defendant will often be on parole and probation at the same time, as his/her probation does not begin until the defendant is released from jail or prison (or serves the maximum term of their executed sentence).
In these circumstances, the defendant’s supervising agent for both parole and probation will often be the same person.
Parole hearings are held at the jail or prison whereas probation hearings are held in a court before the sentencing judge, and each requires an experienced attorney who understands how these two different types of hearings work.
The team at Craig M. Kadish & Associates, LLC has spent four decades successfully defending clients who have been accused of violating their probation or the terms of their parole.
These cases require creative legal maneuvering, the proper connections, and extensive experience.
Even more complex is when a client is facing multiple probation violations spanning various jurisdictions across Maryland or sometimes in other states, as well.
Parole Violations Criminal Defense Attorneys
Parole violations are frequently associated with drug or alcohol abuse issues that have not been properly addressed by the parolee.
It is very difficult for individuals on parole to comport their behavior to the requirements of the court when they are being driven by an addiction. Mr. Kadish and his team are focused on facilitating treatment for clients in need of rehabilitation.
The Craig M. Kadish & Associates, LLC team has extensive experience working with judges and parole agents to help clients remain on parole without facing additional penalties.
HOW WE WILL HELP
Mr. Kadish has experience in every area of criminal defense, so no matter what charges you’re facing — he and his team have the skill, knowledge, and relationships to help you achieve the best possible outcome.
This is the firm you want on your side when your life, career, family, finances, and reputation are at risk.
WHAT TO DO NEXT
Craig M. Kadish & Associates, LLC is an award-winning criminal defense practice with 30+ years of experience in all areas of criminal law.
If you’re facing legal charges, contact the team immediately. They’re available at all hours to help you navigate the challenging legal process and reach the best possible outcome.
"If your freedom and future are as important to you as they are to me, Craig Kadish is the first attorney you should call when facing serious charges. With over 30 years of experience, Craig works diligently to make sure you have the best possible outcome in your case. I'm beyond grateful for having him represent me through every aspect of the justice system." — Anthony
"Word can not do justice, Craig Kadish saved my life and career. He is an excellent lawyer and he is a man of his word. He told me that he was going to win my case, and he did! I would recommend him to everyone I know and he will give you 100% of his time" — Camile Branch
"I am still early into my case, but so far Mr. Kadish has been awesome! While I've had one actual court appearance for my case, I was extremely impressed with Mr. Kadish's demeanor and poise. He presented the information to the judge in such a well thought out way that the judge and even the prosecution attorney gave him praise!" — Chris
"My working relationship with Mr. Kadish was very good. I had gotten in a bit of trouble in Ocean City last summer. Mr. Kadish and his staff were very professional in all my dealings with them. Whenever I had a question about my case, I would call, or email them. It took only about 5 minutes for a reply every time. The outcome of my case was great. I highly recommend him." — Jon
"Craig represented my son recently in a DWI case. When we first met with Craig at his office I was very impressed with his knowledge of the inner workings of the law but I didn't think we could afford such a great attorney. However, Craig worked with us on his fees and I am very happy with the outcome of our case. Thank you, Craig!" — Mike Schneider
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I do if I get arrested?
When you get arrested, the very first thing you should do is call an experienced, aggressive, highly skilled defense attorney. You don't want to call just any lawyer because some lawyers don't do criminal work. Some lawyers do criminal work, some of the time.
We do criminal work all of the time. So call us. Get us on the case immediately. Even if you're only being investigated for a crime and haven't been charged yet there is still time for us to help. Often we can keep you from being charged in the first place.
What should I say during an interrogation?
During an interrogation, your best play is always to say nothing. It doesn't matter what the police promise you, it doesn't matter what anyone promises you, keep your mouth closed and call your lawyer immediately. We're here to help.
Am I going to jail?
Whether or not someone goes to jail is going to depend upon a number of factors. What are the charges against you? What's your criminal history like? Is it a high profile case that's going to put pressure on the prosecutor to go against you in a very aggressive fashion? And most importantly, what is your criminal defense attorney like?
Are they experienced? Aggressive? Skillful? We are all those things. So make sure that when your freedom and your life are on the line that you contact us.
Will my boss find out I've been arrested?
Whether or not an employer finds out about your arrest is oftentimes up to you. However if you have a job that requires a security clearance or you're working with children or you're driving a vehicle, you will oftentimes have to tell your employer. It varies on a case by case basis.
Call me and we can talk about whether or not your employer needs to know about your charges.
How much does a criminal defense attorney cost?
There really is no set fee for a criminal defense attorney.
The fee is generally based on a number of factors; the criminal history of the defendant, the nature and the extent of the charges which you're facing, the skill level of the attorney doing the defense work, their experience their expertise, as well as the high or low profile nature of the case (Is it in all the newspapers? Is it on television? Or is it a case that's flying under the radar?).
Anyone that gives you quote for a fee over the telephone is probably not the right lawyer for you. So call us! Schedule an appointment. We'll give you a FREE consultation and then we'll set a fair fee based upon all of those factors and what fits in your budget.