Sarasota Probation Violation Defense Lawyer
Learn How to Protect Your Rights Today
When you are convicted of a criminal offense, depending on the circumstances
of your case, you may be granted probation to avoid or lessen jail time.
It might initially seem as a total reprieve and you could be thinking
that you are essentially free. However, all probationary periods will
have strict guidelines established by the court that you must adhere to
at all times. One violation of your probation, no matter how slight, could
sentence you to the maximum penalty of your original crime as well as
Criminal Defense Attorney in Sarasota Who Fights For You
The Law Office of Wyndel G. Darville, PLLC, we understand that court-appointed probations can be far too strict and
flat-out unfair. You might be slammed with high fines or additional jail
time just for trying to talk with one of your friends. Simply going to
work could prove impossible due to curfews or location restrictions.
Attorney Darville can fight for you, drawing from experiences and accolades
- 15+ years of experience in legal practice
- More than 150 jury trials with impressive results
- Service in the United States Army as a JAG Officer
- Senior Defense Counsel for Army Reserve – Rank: Major
Exclusive focus on
criminal defense cases – from misdemeanors to felonies
You deserve to be treated with respect, no matter your convictions.
Contact our team of legal professionals who are committed to standing up for your rights.
What constitutes a probation violation?
The specific details of your initial conviction and the crimes pertaining
to it will alter your probation's regulations. You will likely be
assigned a probation officer to monitor your actions and determine if
you are abiding by the rules. As a minimal violation can lead to serious
penalties, it is important for you to be aware of everything that might
be considered a break, such as:
- Missing a court date
- Failing to report to your probation officer
- Owing fines and penalty fees
- Interacting with illegal drugs or criminals
- Traveling out of state
- Committing any crime
Seek Justice with Our Sarasota Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you are accused of violating your probation, your chances might rely
solely on evidence and eyewitnesses. In order to properly prepare and
understand your rights, let our compassionate team at The Law Office of
Wyndel G. Darville, PLLC represent you in court. We can aggressively fight
for your freedoms and will only accept fair, beneficial settlements in
free 30-minute consultation to get started building your case today.