If you violate probation, the judge may sentence you to incarceration or to additional probation time. Or you may receive the punishment you would have received if you were convicted of the original crime you committed.
The standard of proof in revocation hearings is lower than it is in a courtroom. This means it is generally easier for the prosecution to convict you. That is why having a lawyer represent you can be helpful. We will fight for your freedom at every step.
You may be held in jail without bond throughout the hearing process. We can work with your probation officer to get you out of jail on bond — or to keep you out of jail in the first place.
Our firm has handled several high-profile probation violation cases. We are recognized for our abilities in the courtroom.
If you violated probation, house arrest or community control in the DeLand or Deltona area, contact us right away. Just call 386.222.6677 anytime, day or night. We will meet you at the jail if necessary.