Probation Violation Defense Attorney in Brevard County
Working to Avoid Jail Time & Other Penalties
It is common for someone that has been charged with a crime to be allowed to carry out probation in lieu of jail time. In addition, some people that are convicted of crimes are allowed to end their jail sentence early in exchange for keeping agreements with the court in the form of probation.
Probation is essentially a promise to the judge and court that the person convicted of the crime will comply with regulations and rules and be allowed to forego jail time.
If you are being charged with a violation of probation, you should speak with a Brevard County criminal defense lawyer immediately. Speaking with an attorney can make a huge impact on your case and may be able to keep you out of jail. We have assisted many clients that were charged with probation violation successfully. Call today so that we can review your case immediately. Having an attorney become involved early on can greatly improve your chances of receiving a positive outcome.
Probation Violation Defense Lawyer serving Cocoa, Palm Bay, Titusville, and Melbourne
Anyone that violates probation terms could be put in jail. If an attorney can prove to the court that the probation requirement was not met due to extenuating circumstances, you will not be made to serve jail time.
- We have assisted many clients that were being charged with the following types of violations:
- Failure to meet with a parole officer
- Failure to take a drug test
- Failure to pass a drug test
- Not reporting for community service
If you hire an attorney with knowledge and experience, you may be able to keep your probation status intact and your life on track. Our extensive experience has allowed us to successfully help many clients with probation violation.
Contact a Brevard County Probation Violation Attorney today if you have been charged with a violation of probation.