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Have you been accused of violating your probation?

Have you been charged with a probation violation? Contact a Miami probation violation attorney from our firm today. If you or a loved one have recently been charged with violating your probation, you are likely already well aware of the struggle and strain that can accompany something of this nature. Due to the life-altering consequences that can stem from something such as this, it is not something that should be taken lightly, and it is not something that you should simply shrug off in hopes that it will simply go away with time. You need to be confident that you are doing everything in your power to ensure that you are protecting your rights and defending your future. One of the best things that you can do for yourself at a time such as this is to secure the legal assistance of a skilled Miami probation violation lawyer. By working with someone who truly understands this area of the law, you can breathe easier knowing that your rights are being cared for by someone who truly has your best interests at heart.

We Provide Aggressive DefenseHager & Schwartz, P.A., is a criminal defense law firm that aggressively defends those accused of probation and/or community control violations in Miami Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County, Volusia County and throughout the State of Florida. In addition, our experienced attorneys provide legal representation for clients who are dealing with outstanding warrants.

What Sets Us Apart

Our firm has devoted itself exclusively to the practice of criminal defense. We understand the circumstances that may lead to the violation of your probation terms and can work with the judge to alleviate or dismiss the charges depending on the situation. Bench warrants are another issue where the criminal justice system may cause complications on the resolution of your case leading to the issue of a warrant for your arrest. The lawyers at the firm can work with the prosecutors to handle the criminal case in the most effective way possible while mitigating the possibility of additional fines or jail time. Possible causes of probation violations include being arrested for committing another crime while on probation, failure to report to a probation officer, failure to appear in court, failure to follow the guidelines laid out in your probation, the possession of drugs or any weapon, failure to complete community service, pay fines or complete rehabilitative programs.

Our legal team knows how complicated and often times frustrating warrant and probation violation matters can be. We also know how quickly these matters can escalate if not dealt with immediately and appropriately. Understanding this, our lawyers do everything possible from the moment you call to resolve either the outstanding bench warrant or probation violation, which will allow you to move forward with your life without having to worry about whether the next knock on your front door is a police officer who is there to execute a warrant and take you directly to jail.

At Hager & Schwartz, P.A., our law offices are comprised of leading Miami probation violation attorneys with diverse and experienced backgrounds. We are a law firm that is truly dedicated to our clients and that places enormous value upon the quality of our work and our services. Clients are always provided with one-on-one legal counsel and our lawyers are always accessible, 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

Do you have questions about probation violations or bench warrants? If you answered "yes", it is in your best interest to consult with a knowledgeable defense attorney as soon as possible. By consulting and working with our probation violation and warrants defense lawyers, you will able to deal with your legal matters and possibly avoid further prosecution and incarceration. Additionally, you will be provided with the insight and representation you need to overcome your ongoing legal issues so that you may move on with your life without the concern that you can be taken to jail at any time should you have contact with the police.

Areas of Practice: Bench Warrant and Probation Violation Cases

At Hager & Schwartz P.A., we aggressively represent clients with bench warrants, arrest warrants, and D6 suspensions. We also help clients who are facing criminal prosecution for many different types of probation violations, including failure to appear, failure to pay a fine, and failure to comply with specific plea conditions and/or court orders. Additionally, our attorneys handle cases for clients who have been charged with a probation violation or community control violation. At Hager & Schwartz, P.A., we are ready and eager to defend you with your warrant and/or probation violations related legal matters.

We also deal with bench warrants. A bench warrant is a type of court ordered document that allows an officer of the law to place the person to be immediately arrested onsite. It is given to individuals for a variety of reasons, most commonly for cases where a person fails to appear for a scheduled legal proceeding. Unfortunately, a person may miss a court hearing for a variety of reasons, including emergencies, car accidents, and illness, yet they will still be issued this warrant.

With a warrant out for your arrest, you will need to immediately speak to a criminal lawyer to understand your rights. Some people have been outrunning bench warrants for years, and the legal consequences are severe for those who are caught by law enforcement. If you were unaware that you had a bench warrant in your name and were arrested unexpectedly, you will need to talk to an attorney to help prevent serious consequences. If you would like to speak with an experienced Miami probation violation attorney or warrants attorney, contact Hager & Schwartz, P.A. today to speak with one of our lawyers.

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