Accused Of Violating The Terms Of Probation?
In trying to avoid jail, many people choose probation; however, probation is not without its challenges. The conditions that are commonly part of probation can be difficult to comply with, and may include the following:
- Drug Tests — Random drug tests are a common probation violation.
- Securing Employment — You may not be able to prove that you are diligently seeking employment.
- Contact with Law Enforcement — Being questioned by the police, and failing to acknowledge that contact in your monthly affidavit, can lead to a probation violation.
- Committing a New Crime — Further violations of the law, even minor violations, can constitute a violation of probation. This may be true even if you are found innocent of the new violation.
The goal, once a probation violation has been alleged, is to seek reinstatement to probation without having to go to jail or state prison. You can also seek to have the terms of probation extended or modified. Experience in the local criminal courts is a tremendous asset when working to defend someone against allegations of having violated his or her probation.
At The Holman Law Firm, our Pensacola probation violation lawyer, John M. Kvartek, has more than 15 years of experience and understands what the courts and probation offices will seek in order to secure the best possible resolution. We know the disruptive impact probation violations can have on your life and we will work to help you avoid those negative consequences.
Early Termination Of Probation
For some people, living under the conditions of probation is simply too onerous and it is costly due to required supervision costs. For others, the expense of probation can be difficult to live with. We can help you seek an early termination of your probation. Additionally we can assist with the sealing of criminal records.
Free Consultation About Probation Violations
If you are facing a violation of probation allegation, you need to take the steps necessary to ensure that you are protected. Securing the representation of a criminal defense attorney who has extensive experience is a smart first step. When the quality of your defense truly matters, turn to the Pensacola criminal defense attorneys of The Holman Law Firm To schedule a free initial consultation, call 850-435-6909 or toll free at 800-500-5060 or simply contact us online.
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