Fort Lauderdale Probation Violation Lawyer
Accused of Violating Your Probation? Call Us!
When you are on probation, it is important to abide by the court’s conditions and obey all laws. A simple error in judgment, such as committing a new offense or even just forgetting to notify your probation officer of a change in address can land you swiftly back in jail. Whether you are alleged to have violated your probation with a “technical violation” or a “new law violation,” it is crucial that you have an experienced and aggressive trial attorney defending you.
Contact The Legal Justice Center and we can provide you with a skilled probation violation lawyer who has over 20 years of experience representing thousands of clients with this type of case. We can advise you on the proper course of action to take and represent you throughout the entire legal process.
Schedule a free consultation when you call our firm at (954) 603-7212!
Consequences of Violating Probation in Florida
The state of Florida has extremely harsh penalties for violating probation. A judge can even impose the maximum penalty for your original criminal charge.
Some of the most common penalties include:
- Reinstatement of probation
- Modification of your probation’s terms and condition
- Revocation of your probation
- Extension of probationary period
- Community service
- Counseling and rehabilitation programs
- Jail time
The Legal Justice Center can determine if legal grounds to dismiss your VOP warrant exist. We are experienced and can craft a solid defense strategy geared towards the most favorable outcome possible for your case.
Motion for Early Termination of Probation
If you have not been found in violation of any terms or conditions of supervision and have met all financial sanctions, including, but not limited to fines, court costs, and restitution, you may seek to terminate your probation early. Our Fort Lauderdale probation violation attorney is well-versed in the process of early termination of probation. We can determine if legal grounds to terminate your probation early exist and tactfully present those grounds to the court.
To know more about how our firm can help, schedule a free consultation
at (954) 603-7212!
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