The rules of your probation can be confusing and, in some cases, there may be several to remember. Something as simple as driving to the grocery store may violate your probation without you realizing it.
If you have been accused of violating your probation, having an attorney experienced in criminal law may significantly improve your chances of a successful outcome.
I am Jody L. Fisher, a Florida criminal defense lawyer since 2002 with experience defending and protecting the rights of clients in the central Florida area. Depending on the circumstances of your case, I will identify several opportunities for defense and pursue the option that best works for you. Contact me for a consultation to discuss your case. My office is conveniently located in the Leesburg community.
Under Florida law, there are a wide variety of ways you can violate your probation, including:
These probation violations have different consequences depending on the terms of your probation and the seriousness of the violation. You may receive a warning for failing to report in to your probation officer, but you could face jail time for committing a crime. I understand Florida law and the penalties you potentially face and am committed to helping you obtain the best possible outcome in your case.
Contact me to work with a Florida probation violations lawyer who has your best interests in mind. Put my experience to work for you. With offices in Leesburg, I work in courts throughout central Florida. Call 352-241-0391, email email@example.com, or complete our online information form today.