ORLANDO VIOLATION OF PROBATION AND TERMINATION OF PROBATION LAWYER
Just because you are sentenced to probation or community control doesn’t mean your case is over. If you are accused of a violation of probation, the prosecutor has a second opportunity to seek a jail or prison sentence for the offense. You must comply by the conditions of probation or be subjected to incarceration up to the statutory maximum.
If your probation officer reports to the Court that you have violated your probation by failing to follow the required conditions, you should contact a lawyer immediately for advice on how to proceed. Your probation will also be violated if you are accused of a new crime. It is important that you have an experienced attorney review the new charges for possible defenses that may be applied in the violation of probation case, and the new law offense.
Alternatively, you may be eligible to have your probation terminated early if you have completed all conditions and have not violated. A lawyer can assist you in filing the appropriate motion and asking the court to let you off probation early. A hearing may be required.
Contact us for more information on how you may be able to end your period of probation early.
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