Probation Violation

Sarasota Probation Violation Defense Attorney

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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 further fines.

Contact The Law Office of Wyndel G. Darville, PLLC to get started on your free consultation.

Probation Violation Attorney in Sarasota Who Fights for You

The Law Office of Wyndel G. Darville, PLLC understands 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.

I can fight for you, drawing from experiences and accolades including:

  • 20+ 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 my firm. I am 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

Can You Get a Bond for a Probation Violation in Florida?

You can get a bond when there is a pending violation of probation. If the violation is not admitted by the probationer or offender, the court may commit him or her or release him or her with or without bail to await further hearing. There is a statutory provision allows a judge to make a decision as to whether or not to grant a bond to a person accused of violating their probation. If you are on probation for a non-violent offense, you are much more likely to get a bond than someone who is on probation for a violent offense. Also, if it your first violation, you are much more likely to get a bond for your first violation than you are for subsequent violations. Those with technical violations are more likely to get a bond than those with new law violations.

Seek Justice with a Sarasota Probation Violation 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 The Law Office of Wyndel G. Darville, PLLC represent you in court. I can aggressively fight for your freedoms and will only accept fair, beneficial settlements in your favor.

Schedule a free 30-minute consultation to get started building your case with our Sarasota probation violation attorney today.

Recent Victories

Wyndel's goal is not just case resolution; it's about empowering his clients to overcome their challenges and find hope, healing, and stability once again.

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