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Florida Probation Violation Attorney
Backed by 150+ Years’ Collective Legal ExperienceThere are a variety of directions a criminal arrest can go in Florida, making the criminal justice system very complex and confusing. Once you are thrown into the criminal justice system, there are further directions an arrest, conviction, and even release may go. One of these directions is probation. Adjudication may be withheld and probation assigned, a suspect may be convicted with probation as part of the punishment, and/or probation may be in the terms of a convicted individual’s release. In any case, the offender must abide by the terms of their probation or else suffer the consequences which, in some cases, including going back to jail or prison.
Once you’ve been accused of a probation violation in Florida, your goal should be to simply have the original probation order reinstated or minimally modified. To achieve this, you will need to retain the services of a quality Florida probation violation lawyer from Musca Law.
The Complexities of the Probation SystemThe concept of being subject to consequences if you violate probation is simple enough to an outsider, but to the person tied to the terms of probation, it is a different story. The terms of probation are different for each person as they are tailored to the circumstances of specific crimes.
- A curfew
- The completion of an alcohol or drug treatment program
- Professional requirements and/or limitations
- Other terms