About Probation Violations, Penalties And Defense

If you've been convicted of a crime in Florida, the court will then impose a punishment that could include a monetary fine, probation or imprisonment. Offenders who are on probation or parole must follow certain rules and meet specific conditions. If you're accused of violating the terms of your release, a parole and probation attorney can help defend you against the accusations.

If you've been sentenced to probation in Florida, you'll be required to follow certain conditions and requirements. These conditions may include:

  • Paying fines, court costs and victim restitution
  • Performing a minimum amount of community service work
  • Gaining and maintaining employment
  • Undergoing periodic drug testing and completing a drug treatment program
  • Periodically meeting with probation officers
  • Refraining from possessing a firearm or other weapon
  • Having no contact with any victim involved

If your probation officer or another law enforcement office thinks you've violated the conditions of your probation, you can be arrested. You will be brought back to the court that originally sentenced you, and a judge will hold a hearing about the alleged probation violation.

It's critical to hire a probation violation defense attorney if you've been arrested on a probation violation or been given notice to appear before a judge.

Get Help Now

If you are charged with any form of probation violation, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at The Law Offices of Justin Rickman. Call 352-394-2041 or contact us online.