Attorney For Probation Violations
Causes of Probation Violation
When you have been convicted of a crime you may have received a sentence of probation due to a number of different circumstances. If you had no prior arrests or conviction, or if the crime was relatively minor, you may have received probation as your sentence, but with strict guidelines you are expected to follow during the term of your probation. Probation can be for any length of time, from several months to several years, depending on the severity of the crime and the sentence you were given. Violating any of the requirements of your probation could result in your being sent to jail, sometimes with no prior warning if a bench warrant is issued.
Some of the causes of probation violation can include:
- Not following the guidelines of probation
- Being arrested
- Committing another crime
- Not reporting to your probation officer
- Failing to appear for a court appearance
- Unpaid fines assigned by the court
- Not completing your community service
- Not completing a rehabilitation program
- Possession of drugs
- Possession of a weapon
If you have violated your probation and need to handle the matter quickly in order to prevent an arrest, Attorney Eric Matheny is the criminal defense attorney you need to sort the situation out for you. Our office understands that there may be valid reasons for you possibly having violated your probation and will work with the judge to have the charges dismissed depending on the circumstances. As a former prosecutor, Attorney Matheny knows how to deal with the criminal justice system to work effectively on your behalf.
Effective Defense For Probation Violations
Violating probation can lead to further fines, jail time and other consequences if the matter is not handled quickly and effectively. Our legal team will work rapidly to sort the matter out for you so that you do not have to worry about suddenly being arrested unexpectedly at work or at home. For the peace of mind you need, contact The Law Offices of Eric M. Matheny, P.A. We are available in Miami-Dade County, Broward County and Palm Beach County to help you resolve your probation violation.Don't let your probation violation end you back in jail; contact Attorney Eric Matheny , criminal defense attorney in Miami-Dade.