Probation Violation Attorney

Violations of probation or violations of community control are very serious matters that should not be taken lightly. What may seem like the benefit of a great bargain during the plea phase of your case when you avoided jail or prison time by agreeing to go on probation or community control can now become significantly worse. You could also have been found guilty at trial by a judge or jury and as result placed on probation. Should the court find that you violated probation or community control, you will be exposed to the same amount of time you were facing originally. For example, if you were placed on probation for a third-degree felony, you could be facing up to five (5) years in state prison. Read more about Florida Statute 948.06 Violation of probation or community control; revocation; modification; continuance; failure to pay restitution or cost of supervision at
http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0900-0999/0948/Sections/0948.06.html

In addition, many times when a warrant is filed indicating that you violated your probation, you could be held in jail without bond until the matter is resolved. If you have violated conditions of probation or community control, or feel as if you are about to violate, time is of the essence and you should contact a Tampa criminal defense lawyer immediately to discuss your case.

At BJE Law, P.A., Mr. Esposito is an experienced criminal defense lawyer fighting to protect your rights. No matter how severe the charge may be, the consequences that may result are serious–both in the short term and long term.  BJE Law P.A, a Tampa Criminal Defense Law Firm, understands the stress that this can cause a person and their loved ones.

If you or someone you love have been charged with violating probation, call and/or text BJE Law P.A at (813) 992-HURT to schedule a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION.