Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorney
Probation violations are extremely serious criminal matters. Prosecutors routinely seek severe punishments—even for technical violations. At Rudenberg and Glasser, P.A., we are proud to offer outstanding representation and trusted legal counsel to our clients and we always work to diligently protect their rights and freedoms. Do not hesitate to contact our law firm at (954) 543-1788 to get in touch with our Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorneys.
In the state of Florida, there are several different types of probation that may be issued:
Not all violations of probation are the same. In fact, there are two distinct differences:
If you've been accused of violating probation (VOP), your probation could be revoked entirely. Once the violation has been noticed, a warrant will be issues for your arrest; once you are brought into jail, you will not be permitted to have bond. It is important to understand that you will not have the right to a trial before jury. Unlike your first case where the burden of proof was on the prosecution to prove that you had committed the crime beyond a reasonable doubt, in a VOP case, the prosecutor will only need to probate that you more than likely violated your probation.
We know how damaging an alleged probation violation can be, as well as how disastrous the consequences can be, which is why we will do everything possible to help obtain a favorable result for your case. If you have been accused of any probation or supervision violation, working with Rudenberg and Glasser, P.A. can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. When you choose to secure the assistance of our firm, we will thoroughly review your situation and develop an effective personalized strategy. We give these matters the attention they require and we continue pursuing every avenue until we achieve the most successful outcome.
We have handled thousands of criminal cases in Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties and are available to help you defend your rights.
If you are being accused of any of the following violations, we can help:
At Rudenberg and Glasser, P.A. we understand you may not have been completely aware or able to fulfill some of the terms and conditions listed in your probation, so you may have unknowingly violated a portion of your court orders. When you choose to work with our criminal defense attorneys, we will take the time to get to know you and your case. Our team can determine how an alleged violation or misunderstanding may have occurred, as well as how you may avoid penalties for said violation. Since our establishment, we have helped thousands of Florida residents obtain fair outcomes for their criminal cases. No matter how severe your probation violation may seem, do not give up hope.
To learn more about our probation violation defense or about Rudenberg and Glasser, P.A., contact our office and schedule a free initial consultation with our team in Ft. Lauderdale. Call us today at (954) 543-1788.