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Probation violation is an offense that occurs when you break the terms or conditions of your probation. The consequences associated with probation violation usually depend on a variety of factors, such as the nature and seriousness of the violation, whether you have any prior violations, and whether there are other circumstances that may lessen (or worsen) the severity of the situation. A probation violation may result in significant penalties, such as heavy fines, extended probation, jail time, or more.

There are a number of ways that probation may be violated. Following are some examples of technical probation violations:
  • Failure to report to a probation officer
  •  Failure to pay a court-ordered fine 
  •  Failure to pay restitution as ordered by the court 
  •  Failure to perform community service 
  •  Violation of a restraining order or order of protection 
  •  Drug or alcohol abuse
 A substantive violation occurs when arrested for a new crime. If on probation for a violent felony, you can be labeled a violent felony offender of special concern (VFOSC) which could result in a minimum mandatory prison sentences.
We defend all crimes such as:
  • Felony violation of probation
  •  Misdemeanor violation of probation 
  •  Bench Warrants 
  •  Alias Capias (AC) 
  •  Arrest Warrant Surrenders
Community Control is a form of house arrest, and this penalty may be imposed for up to 2 years in Florida. Often house arrest will be followed by probation, which will require mandatory reporting to your probation officer as well as other requirements and restrictions. Violating Community Control is a serious offense, just as a probation violation. If convicted, the offender may face imprisonment as his or her house arrest or probationary period is revoked.
If you are suspected or accused of violating the terms of your probation, you may face immediate arrest and may be held without bond until the case is resolved. You are entitled to a hearing, however, and a defense attorney can assist you with this. There is no question that probation violations are serious offenses in Miami-Dade County. At Hager & Schwartz, P.A. we defend clients facing these charges throughout all of Miami-Dade, as well as in the surrounding areas. We are available days. night, and weekends to answer your call for a free case evaluation.

Representation by a skilled attorney is a must, as judges and prosecutors will push for harsh sentencing and increased criminal penalties for probation violations. Our firm handles cases throughout South Florida and our familiarity with the prosecutors and judges as a result of our extensive expertise will increase your chance for a satisfactory outcome . Early intervention by a skilled lawyer can at times mean that a hearing is not necessary because the charges are dropped or the matter is resolved before it can go to court.
Call (305) 330-1360 today to speak to a Top Rated Violation attorney in Miami-Dade!
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