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How To Prepare For A Probation Violation Hearing In Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Every US state has some version of probation for criminal activity, and Delaware’s laws allow a person to take advantage of the benefits for a wide range of offenses. The Delaware Bureau of Community Corrections describes the different levels of probation available, from Level 1 low supervision to Level IV home confinement. While on… Read More »


Consequences Of Violating Probation In Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

In many Delaware criminal cases, especially those involving first-time offenders, a court will order probation as the sentence for a conviction. Under the system of classifying punishment, probation falls at Level I, II, or III based upon how involved you need to be with a probation officer. Still, the requirements of probation are preferred… Read More »


Two Types Of Probation Violations In Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

In Delaware, there are two ways you could wind up on probation as part of resolving criminal charges. If you were convicted of an offense, a judge may place you on probation as part of your sentence either in lieu of or as a reduction of jail time. The second arrangement is probation before… Read More »


Probation In Delaware: Comparing Diversion Versus Sentencing

By Michael W. Modica |

When you consider your options for resolving criminal charges in Delaware, there is no doubt you will aim for ways to stay out of jail. Ideally, you have a solid defense and could beat the charges through a dismissal or acquittal. However, it is more likely that you will be looking at some form… Read More »


Sentencing Levels And Probation In Delaware Criminal Cases

By Michael W. Modica |

The details will certainly vary based upon the case, but punishment options after being convicted of a crime generally boil down to fines, jail time, and probation. The Delaware criminal sentencing laws provide for the presumptive sentences, starting with a Class A Felony up to life imprisonment down to the Class B Misdemeanor which… Read More »

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