Violation of Conditions of Release in Vermont

A violation of conditions of release can have serious consequences in Vermont. A defendant who is caught violating conditions of release may be held in custody until his trial.

Criminal defendants in Vermont are often released pending trial on conditions of release. Conditions of release are a set of court ordered rules that a defendant must abide by.

If you are released on conditions of release in Vermont and are having difficulty abiding by them, it is important to discuss your options with an experienced criminal defense attorney. It is sometimes possible to the petition the court and request that your conditions of release be modified if you cannot comply with them.

If a Vermont criminal defendant fails to abide by the court ordered conditions of release then she can face a new criminal charge for the violation and risk the judge ordering her detained in jail until trial.

If you have been charged with a violation of your court ordered conditions of release contact Burke Law today for a free consultation. There are ways to minimize the damage of a violation of conditions release.


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