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Probation Violations

Our Florida Law Firm Can Help You

Probation is one of many possible legal penalties facing a person convicted of a crime in Florida. In fact, defense attorneys often seek probation on behalf of their clients because probation allows the client to return to his or her life without having to spend any time in jail for a criminal charge.

When a person is placed on probation, he or she must comply with every term of the probation, including checking in with a probation officer on a regular basis. Failure to comply with the terms of probation or committing another criminal offense while on probation creates grounds for an arrest on charges of probation violation. In most cases, the presiding judge will order that the person charged with Violation of Probation be held in jail without bail.

Those charged with probation violation face further legal action and consequences, including possible reinstatement of the original sentence, which can mean jail time or additional fines. The probation sentence may also be extended and the terms may become even more restrictive.

Why You Need A Probation Violation Lawyer

Due to the serious legal penalties involved, it is always wise for a person to hire a Florida criminal defense attorney after being charged with a probation violation. That's why we strongly urge you to contact our law firm right away.

The sooner we can work with you, the better the chances that our firm can work with the prosecutor and judge to reduce the legal consequences for our client. We can also contest further criminal charges and protect your future well-being.

We take a comprehensive approach at Aguilar & Sieron to representing people charged with probation violations. Attorney Mark Sieron has more than three decades of experience representing people charged with crimes in Northeast Florida. A former prosecutor, attorney Sieron knows how the legal system works from the inside. As your attorney, he can:

  • Talk with your probation officer in an effort to avoid an arrest for VOP
  • Review your arrest report for inconsistencies
  • Explain all the legal options available to you
  • Represent you at all court appearances
  • Take your case to a probation violation hearing before the judge

We're here for you when you need us most. Contact our law firm and schedule an appointment today. You can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.