Modification of Supervised Release Terms and Conditions.
It is possible to seek a modification of the conditions of supervised release with a motion in federal court. LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. has successfully represented clients in federal court for decades.
Federal Supervised Release Motions
It is possible to seek modifying conditions of supervised release in federal courts. There must be a valid reason, not merely that you did not like the sentence. For example, a judge ordered a person to serve three months in a halfway house upon release from prison. The person is moved by the Bureau of Prisons to the halfway house three months earlier than expected. If the release date remained the same, the person would have served six months in a halfway house, which was not the judge’s sentence or intention. BOP failing to update the release date would be a good reason to file a motion to modify the conditions of supervised release. A federal and state judge can change a sentence when a proper motion is filed and presented to the court with attorneys making oral arguments as to why the modifying of conditions of supervised release is appropriate.
Common problems that might require a modification of someone’s conditions of supervised release would be the need for the defendant to move to another state, travel abroad, or get a change in a payment plan. A United States District Court judge in Detroit can also modify the pretrial release conditions to allow the defendant to be released from the court’s supervision earlier than previously ordered. Changes in circumstances may merit this relief, excellent behavior while on supervised release, or health issues.
Lewis & Dickstein, P.L.L.C. Is The Pre-Eminent Law Firm in Michigan to Assist in Modifying Conditions of Supervised Release
Sometimes life changes make previous commitments impossible to honor, or unforeseen circumstances make it desirable to modify the conditions of supervised release. It is essential to understand that only a judge can modify the terms and conditions of pretrial release. If your circumstances have changed and your ability to abide by a condition of pretrial release becomes complicated, you must be proactive in seeking a modification before a violation. The attorneys at LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. have seen many people standing before judges trying to explain why they took action without seeking permission first, and this situation usually ends poorly.
Only an attorney who understands the law and the rules should file a motion to modify a condition of supervised release. The attorneys at LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. are well versed in this area. The firm’s attorneys have decades of experience in seeking modifications in supervised release and probation conditions. Assistant United States Attorneys and judges respect our attorneys because they know we are ethical, well-prepared, and always zealous on behalf of our clients. When an attorney from LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. walks into a courtroom, the judge will know that the lawyer will be well prepared, well thought out, and will do whatever is necessary to obtain the best possible result for the client.
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If you need help with any criminal issue, including modifying conditions of supervised release, contact the law firm of LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C., and we will find a way to help you. Do you know what options are available? We can discuss the situation and determine what options are available. Although no lawyer can guarantee any specific result, we can guarantee that we will do everything possible to get you or your loved one relief in court.
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