Fort Lauderdale Probation Violations
Defense for Motions to Revoke Probation
After you have been convicted of a crime and served your time, you may have been let out of jail or prison on probation. In other cases, probation is given as a punishment for a crime without prison or jail time. Once you are put on probation, you are given very strict rules and terms which you must follow to remain on probation. If you are found or thought to have violated these terms, you could face probation revocation.
At Raisman & Raisman, P.A., our Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorneys can represent you if you are facing accusations of probation violation. Call us today at (954) 800-4477 to learn more.
We can help if you have been accused of these violations:
- Failing to pass a drug or alcohol screening
- Commission of another crime
- Failing to pay restitution or fines
- Failing to attend community service
- Failing to report to your probation officer
Charged with Violating Probation?
If you are charged with a probation violation, you could be threatened with a return to prison or jail. It is very important that you speak with a Fort Lauderdale criminal defense lawyer as soon after your arrest as possible. Our firm can represent you in court and ensure that your rights are protected. There are many steps we can take to investigate your case and gather evidence to prove your innocence or to illustrate why you should not have your probation revoked.
Probation Violation Lawyers in Fort Lauderdale
If your probation officer has contacted the court and a warrant has been issued for your arrest, you cannot afford to waste any time. You must immediately contact Raisman & Raisman, P.A. and let us know what is happening so we can begin building a defense strategy on your behalf.
Please contact our firm now at (954) 800-4477 so that we can set up a free case consultation.