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The list of requirements for a probation or parole can be long and complex. If a requirement is violated, prison is frequently the result. If you have been accused of a probation violation, contact an Orlando probation violation attorney at the Moses & Rooth criminal defense law firm
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When a probation officer or parole officer notices a violation, the probationer or parolee can be arrested and put in jail. Often the violation is technical or a misunderstanding. As former prosecutors, our criminal defense lawyers know the law and the criminal justice system well. Our criminal defense law firm can help you sort out the issues involved.
- Probation Violations: Because probation can contain many requirements, there are many reasons for a technical violation. For example, you could miss a community service requirement, fail a drug test, fail to report, or violate a community control requirement (ankle monitor or house arrest).
- New Charges: If you have been arrested on a new charge, the new arrest could compromise your probation or parole. We can defend you on the new charges while dealing with the probation violation.
- Bond Hearing: Your Moses & Rooth defense lawyer can represent you at a bond hearing in an effort to get you out of jail and begin work on probation reinstatement.
- Probation Reinstatement: We can fight to get your probation reinstated. There may be mitigating circumstances. Drug or alcohol treatment, for example, may be required for probation reinstatement.
If you have been charged with probation violation, know your rights. A technical violation does not have to mean the end of your probation. Contact the probation violation lawyers at Moses & Rooth for an evaluation of your situation.
From our office next to the Orange County Courthouse, the Moses & Rooth law firm represents clients in the Central Florida communities of Orange County, Seminole County, Osceola County, Volusia County, Brevard County, Lake County, and Polk County.