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Category Archives: Probation Violations


Tips to Avoid Probation Violations in Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Delaware offers a wide range of probation options for those who are arrested and convicted of a crime, and many first-time offenders will qualify. The primary benefit to you is that you will not be sentenced to jail, but you will need to meet the strict rules set by the court. Delaware’s statute on… Read More »


Can I Modify My Level of Probation in Delaware?

By Michael W. Modica |

If you were convicted of a crime in Delaware, probation may be part of your sentence after you serve time or in lieu of incarceration. The Delaware probation system establishes different levels of monitoring, starting at Level I where the person is low risk and has minimal need for supervision. Levels II and III… Read More »


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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