Orlando Probation Violation Lawyer
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Probation is often a consequence of a misdemeanor or felony conviction.
Probation may be ordered by the court following completion of your sentence
or it may be served in place of jail time. Either way, you will be required
to comply with all of the terms required by the court to satisfactorily
complete your period of probation.
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Common Probation Violations
Probation may or may not be supervised by a probation officer to whom you
will be required to report periodically and who will monitor your progress.
Probation violations may be technical, such as:
- Failure to appear in court or at scheduled meetings
- Failure to pay fines or restitution
- Failure to perform community service
- Failure to complete court-mandated education, counseling, or treatment
such as DUI school, drug counseling, or anger management classes
- Failure on a drug test
- Failure to maintain a job
Other probation violations include arrests and criminal charges for new
offenses. Violating any of the conditions of your probation can result
in serious consequences, such as a warrant for your arrest, having your
probation revoked and being sent to jail, or having the terms of your
probation extended or made more restrictive. Every case is different,
based on the unique facts and history of the probationer. In all cases,
however, it is advantageous to act quickly before an arrest occurs to
avoid jail time without bond.
For skilled counsel for a probation violation matter, call Mazin Law at
(407) 477-6744 for a
How Our Defense Attorney can Help with Probation Violations
Being in violation of your probation is a matter you should take seriously. The
Orlando criminal defense attorney at
Mazin Law is highly qualified to handle your case.
Attorney Lyle Mazin can evaluate where you stand and the best way to approach judges or prosecutors
involved in the matter. In some cases, probation violations can be mitigated
or even dismissed before you appear in court. A probation violation can
seriously impact your life. Make sure you are skillfully represented by
an attorney with a solid track record in criminal law, such as the firm’s
founder, Attorney Mazin.
Contact the Orlando probation violation lawyer
at the firm for reliable legal counsel.