Probation Violation

Violation of Probation (VOP) is different for each case, but the consequences are often jail time. If not properly informed of the terms and conditions of your probation you can easily violate your probation without knowing. Some probation involves completing of a court ordered drug or alcohol treatment program, sobriety, court fines, restitution, curfews and staying out of trouble from the law.

If found guilty of violating your probation most Florida judges will issue a warrant for your arrest without bond. It is therefore with utmost importance that you hire a criminal defense attorney who will aggressively fight to protect your rights.

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