Palm Beach Probation Violations and Criminal Defense Law Firm
When you fail to follow the conditions of your probation it is a violation of probation. If you fail to follow any of your conditions or you get arrested, your probation officer may return your case to court. There will be a court hearing and if a violation is proved, you may be sentenced to jail.
As your defense attorney, we will evaluate your case to determine what actions can be done to reinstate you back on probation or possibly even terminate your probation. In addition to working with the prosecutor to allow you to remedy the violation by paying any outstanding fines, costs, or restitution, we may be able to negotiate a creative solution in your defense.
Each client’s case is unique, and such solutions depend on the facts of the case. These remedies include, but are not limited to, undergoing voluntary drug screening, mental or psychological treatment, relocation, completion of a substance abuse treatment program, or obtaining and submitted medical records to the prosecutor.
Our goal is to avoid having you be taken into custody as a result of the violation, and then avoid the imposition of a harsher sentence than the one originally imposed. We want you to achieve the best possible outcome, including termination of your probation if at all possible.
Contact Our Firm Today
If retained to handle your case, we will fight to protect your record, rights and freedom. Contact Attorney Neelakanta at (561) 659-1873 today for a free consultation to discuss your legal issues. The law firm accepts all major credit cards and offers affordable payment plans tailored to meet the individual needs of our clients. You may also submit your case online via our online case submission form for a free case evaluation by clicking here, or by email at email@example.com.