Probation Lawyer

Experienced Probation Violation Defense Attorneys

What happens if you violate probation in Florida? This is a very serious question. If you are accused of violating your probation, you could potentially have your probation revoked, additionally, a judge can sign an arrest warrant.

If you do not comply with any of the terms of your probation, you could be found in violation. Some common examples include:

  • Getting arrested for a new crime or offense
  • Testing positive for controlled substances
  • Failing to complete drug treatment programs
  • Failing to pay financial obligations
  • Missing appointments with your probation officer

If you have been charged with violation of probation, you need a trusted ally, someone to advocate on your behalf. When it comes to something this important, hire a probation lawyer like your future depends on it. Trust the experienced attorneys at Berman Law Group, we are here for you now and throughout the process. We will meticulously examine the facts and we will work together to build a strategy that works best for you and your case.

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